Tag Archives: Eucharistic Adoration

O Sacrament most holy! Police officer kneels at Corpus Christi procession

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The history of Corpus Christi

By Meghan Lescault at The Pillar: Catholics this Sunday will celebrate the Solemnity of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ — also known as Corpus Christi. Some parishes will have extended periods of Eucharistic adoration, or Eucharistic processions, … Continue reading

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Eucharistic Adoration during Lent: Adoro Te Devote

“It is impossible in human terms to exaggerate the importance of being in a church or chapel before the Blessed Sacrament as often and for as long as our daily duties … allow. I very seldom repeat what I say. … Continue reading

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‘Traditionis’: a picture is worth a thousand words

From Fr Z’s Blog: This is one of the most beautiful expressions of “full, conscious and active” participation at Mass that I have ever seen. It is another way, a silent but outward way, to express those amazing words: “My … Continue reading

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A Short Meditation by St Francis of Assisi

“Kissing your feet, I implore you all my brothers, and with the utmost affection I beseech you to show the greatest possible reverence and honour to the most holy Body and Blood of our Lord Jesus Christ . . . … Continue reading

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I will not leave you orphans

This stunning photo might well bring some comfort at the start of the second lockdown in England with yet another ban on public Masses. Where churches are open for private prayer, let us adore Our Lord in the Blessed Sacrament, … Continue reading

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‘We Never Leave the Lord Alone’: 135 Years of Eucharistic Adoration at Sacré-Coeur

Solène Tadié at the National Catholic Register: PARIS — As the health crisis caused by the coronavirus epidemic immersed the whole country into a long period of lockdown March 17, Sacré-Cœur Basilica in Paris, which had to close its doors … Continue reading

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An Atheist Goes to the Adoration Chapel – John Knutsen

Though raised Catholic, John Knutsen didn’t really believe in God, and when his brother died of AIDS, he decided he was done with religion forever. This family tragedy and a world that seemed emptied of God’s presence caused him to … Continue reading

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