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Adoration

This is our Adoration Chapel on Pomfret Street. Here is the Live Feed: http://173.163.188.10/view/viewer_index.shtml?id=1199

IMG_6605Fr. Forrey, Eucharist Adoration

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Tonight we are to have Adoration at Marsh Drive.

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Because Roman Catholics believe that Christ is truly present (Body, Blood, Soul and Divinity) in the Eucharist, the reserved sacrament serves as a focal point of adoration. The Catechism of the Catholic Church (item 1377) states that: “The Eucharistic presence of Christ begins at the moment of the consecration and endures as long as the Eucharistic species subsist.”[50][51]

Preparing the Children

  • The sign of the cross
  • Embrace moments of silence mixed with a few words from Holy Scripture or meditations to help the adorers listen to Jesus in the silence of their hearts
  • Offer intentions silently and then take turns sharing our petitions aloud.
  • Let the children know their adoration is VERY IMPORTANT

Short Phrases of Adoration

Short phrases of adoration can be done anytime or anywhere

  • Hello Jesus!
  • Lord, I adore You; I bow in Your Holy Presence.
  • Why are we here? Because Jesus invites you!
  • Jesus, I give You my heart!
  • He only wants a few minutes. Can we give that to Him?
  • Lord, I adore You. I respect Your Holy Presence.
  • Look at the Host and the crucifix. What is the difference?
  • When the priest says, “This is My Body”, Jesus comes.
  • Close your eyes and ears to everything but Jesus.
  • Jesus, speak, I am listening.
  • My God, I believe, I adore, and I trust in You.
  • Jesus, fill my heart with Your love, so I can share it with others.
  • In order to love others I must receive You into my heart.
  • Who would like to receive Jesus into their heart? Invite Him! Jesus, come into my heart.
  • Come into my heart. Come into my life.
  • Jesus is gazing at you with so much love!
  • Thank you, Jesus, for loving us so much!
  • I know you are God; and I respect your Holy Presence.
  • This chapel is an awesome place to be! What is different from our classroom? Jesus is HERE!
  • The Bible is important, we hear God speaking in the Gospel.
  • How does He reduce Himself to be present in a little piece of bread?
  • Nothing is impossible to God!
  • My God, My God, I love You in the Most Blessed Sacrament!
  • Jesus loves us and wants us to share His love with others.
  • Your heart is like a little cup, we bring this to Jesus to fill us with His grace.
  • Jesus, fill my heart with your love, your peace.
  • For each moment we spend here with Jesus, our souls are changed forever!
  • Thank you Jesus for blessing us today!

from: http://www.diocesephoenix.org/stewardship-childrens-adoration.php

Wedding Feast of Cana,

Marriage and Holy Orders are Sacraments at the Service of Communion.

Wedding Feast of Cana Quiz: http://www.bemydisciples.com/grades/3/chapters/15

 Blest are We Chapter 13: Sacrament in the Church p.153-160

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