Sunday, January 17, 2010

On Eucharistic Adoration

To make something of a connection from the last post: Our Lady of Peace is one of only two parishes within our diocese  that has a perpetual adoration chapel.  the other, of course, is St John of Rochester (confusingly located in Fairport!)  Adoring our Lord in the Eucharist is such a wonderful blessing, and one that should certainly be more widespread...Spend an hour in silence adoring Jesus Christ truly present in the Eucharist, Body, Blood, Soul and Divinity!

For info, contact:

Judy Shanahan: 585 425 1396 (St John of Rochester)

Anna M Giardino 315 789 1239 (Our Lady of Peace)
Dorothy Kalina 315 789 8099 (Our Lady of Peace)
Mary Ann Lawson 315 789 7629 (Our Lady of Peace)


  1. Are you referring to exposition of the Blessed Sacrament? Holy Spirit in Webster has this quite frequently during the week, as does St. Joseph in Rush in their small chapel behind the sanctuary and to the left.

    Many parishes in the diocese have perpetual adoration in the sense of spending time with our Lord in the tabernacle. Some examples are St. Theodore, St. Jude, St. Pius X, St. Paul, St. Joseph, Christ the King, St. Thomas the Apostle, etc. etc.

    ~Dr. K

  2. perpetual adoration of the exposed Blessed Sacrament. I think those are the only two that have that...

  3. Um...St. Casmir in Elmira has perpetual adoration. I think I remember hearing somewhare that they have it in Geneva?