Eucharistic Adoration

Jesus is present in the consecrated host…body, blood, soul, and divinity. Spend some time with Him.

We welcome you to spend some time in Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament. Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament is held Tuesdays from Noon until 5:30pm at St. Mary of the Snows parish. There are additional opportunities for adoration before the Blessed Sacrament at our sister parishes. Resurrection parish, in Lexington, is held Monday mornings from 8:30am-Noon. St. Peter, in Mansfield, is held Wednesday evenings from 5:30pm-9pm.

Body, Blood, Soul, and Divinity

Jesus is present in the consecrated host…body, blood, soul, and divinity.

Come let us Adore Him!

Quotes from Saints about Adoration

“Whenever I go to the chapel, I put myself in the presence of our good Lord, and I say to him, ‘Lord, I am here.  Tell me what you would have me to do’ . . . And then, I tell God everything that is in my heart.  I tell him about my pains and my joys, and then I listen.  If you listen, God will also speak to you, for with the good Lord, you have to both speak and listen.  God always speaks to you when you approach him plainly and simply.” – St. Catherine Labouré

The time you spend with Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament is the best time that you will spend on earth. Each moment that you spend with Jesus will deepen your union with Him and make your soul everlastingly more glorious and beautiful in heaven, and will help bring about an everlasting peace on earth.”  – St.Teresa of Calcutta

“Know also that you will probably gain more by praying fifteen minutes before the Blessed Sacrament than by all the other spiritual exercises of the day. True, Our Lord hears our prayers anywhere, for He has made the promise, ‘Ask, and you shall receive,’ but He has revealed to His servants that those who visit Him in the Blessed Sacrament will obtain a more abundant measure of grace.” – St. Alphonsus Liguori

O Christ, let my greatest delight be to see You loved and Your praise and glory proclaimed, especially the honor of Your mercy. O Christ, let me glorify Your goodness and mercy to the last moment of my life, with every drop of my blood and every beat of my heart. Would that I be transformed into a hymn of adoration of You. When I find myself on my deathbed, may the last beat of my heart be a loving hymn glorifying Your unfathomable mercy. Amen. – St. Faustina