Perpetual Adoration is suspended due to the Sacred Triduum until Saturday, 15 April, when it will resume at 10 pm.
Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration provides a wonderful opportunity for anyone to spend time in the Real
Presence of our Lord at any hour of the day or night. We have been blessed to have Perpetual Adoration 24 hours a day, 7 days a week in our Blessed Sacrament Chapel since Ash Wednesday, March 5, 2003 due to the generous commitment of the regularly scheduled weekly adorers from many parishes in the area.
To make Perpetual Adoration possible requires committed adorers to ensure that there is always at least one person present adoring our Eucharistic Lord. If you are willing to sign up for a particular hour each week call (203) 775-6968 and leave a message. Substitutes are available to fill in for sick days or vacations and as the need arises. If you are unable to commit to a scheduled hour, you may still visit the chapel whenever desired. Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration provides a wonderful opportunity for anyone to spend time in the Real Presence of our Lord at any hour of the day or night.
Weather Related Closings
Call (203) 775-8033 x2 every week within two hours of your scheduled holy hour.
Scheduling: (203) 775-6968 (to sign up for an hour or if you have other concerns about your weekly hour, call Katherine Gisonni)
Substitute Line: (203) 775-8033 x1 (please call as far in advance as possible)
Emergency Substitute Line: (203) 241-9697 (within 24 hours if your car broke down, etc.)
The beautiful and exquisite Blessed Sacrament Chapel hosts daily Mass and Perpetual Adoration. Situated on the eastern side of the church, the chapel allows daily Mass attendees to praise God in the light of the new day each morning at 8:30 A.M. The chapel has become a popular site for prayer, where quite often a single visit is enough to prompt a desire to return and be near the Lord again.
The chapel has undergone expansion to accommodate the growing numbers of daily mass attendees. Renovations began August 2002 and were completed and consecrated on February 15, 2003 by Bishop William E. Lori.