“It is a wonderful way for people to take time out to pray for the needs of the world, the church, families and parish communities.”
It is remarkable to wonder about the tremendous part of Jesus he left us from his time here on Earth, the Eucharist. Pope Francis, Archbishop Schnurr, other bishops and many others two thousand years after Jesus lived have not forgotten this wonderful gift from God and are fully cognizant of the opportunity to take a moment and pray before him.
In perspective, we are talking about the God who created the universe and yet humbled himself coming to Earth as Jesus. There are many who simply take the
time and know the value of just “checking in” during Eucharistic Exposition as a way to remind themselves to stay centered on what is most important in life, constantly challenging ourselves to be “Christ-like”.
God may always be there to hear our prayers but there is something just a little more special in those private Exposition. It is your “alone time” with God. And, we can all use alone time away from our daily routines in which we focus our attention on more than our pressing needs.
Join us at Eucharistic Exposition to renew your faith in God’s presence; Thursday 9:00 AM to 7:00 PM with Sacrament of Reconciliation 5:30 to 6:00 and Benediction is at 6:45 PM, Also, Eucharistic Exposition is Saturday 9:00 AM to 10:00 AM