Survival Of Program Depends On Us Signing Up For A Specific Hour Of Adoration


Program Will Live Or Die Depending On Our Response
From the quotes of our Popes and Saints, as seen on other pages of this website, we can see that Eucharistic Adoration is a legitimate theological development, which began at the beginning of Church history, and which picked up pace around the 12th century. We can see that Eucharistic Adoration is a very important part of the Church's life as a whole and also of one's own spiritual life. We can see that Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration is a logical and extremely important development in the Church's growth. And lastly we can see that the constant sacrifice of time to come before our Lord results in great holiness.

If our Popes and Saints have taught us anything it is their core belief in, and total dedication to, Jesus Christ our Eucharistic Lord thru their tireless hours in adoration, no matter how much it cost them. To be clear, it is not because they were to become Saints that they adored the Eucharist, rather it was because they adored the Eucharist that they became Saints. Most of them were just like all of us with the same problems, little time on our hands, and, at first, not a real firm belief in the Real Presence. But in the end they helped transform the world of their times. How did they do this? They made a firm determined effort to take time out of there busy schedules and planned at least one specific hour each week to come before our beloved Lord in adoration (many of them on a daily basis). Through this hour of grace they became more firmly convinced of Jesus in the Most Blessed Sacrament and went forth to spread His Love in their various apostolates.

St. Peter Julian Eymard, who founded an order dedicated to Eucharistic Adoration, said that one day society will someday again become Christian won to Jesus by an army of Eucharistic Adorers. It is up to us to transform our society of today by joining this army of Eucharistic Adorers that our beloved Lord has been gathering throughout these past 2000 years, and sign up for a specific special hour each week before Jesus. Our society of today is depending on us to do this and the survival of the Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration at St. Monica’s will live or die depending on our response.