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24 Hour Adoration

Prepare your hearts this Lenten Season during
24-Hour Eucharistic Adoration
on Friday, March 31 - Saturday, April 1, 2023
noon - noon
in church at 800 Marquette Avenue

Prepare your hearts this Lent in prayer before Our Eucharistic Lord.  Bring your families, and come to pray for an hour, or even just a few minutes.   Our goal is to have every family in our Divine Mercy community come and offer up prayers for our world, for our community, and for our families.  As Jesus tells us in Sacred Scripture, Come to me, all who are weary, and I will give you rest (Matthew 11:28).

Interested in being a prayer warrior?  We need a minimum of 2 people each hour to sit with the Blessed Sacrament (but are hoping for a full house).  There is nothing you need to do, other than to come and pray.  You may read your Bible, pray the Rosary, read a spiritual book, or just "be" with our Lord.   We also need volunteers to greet those coming for Adoration and watch over our Gathering Area and church.  Sign up through our Sign Up Genius link or by using the boards in the Gathering Space at church or outside the Chapel at College Avenue.  We look forward to praying with you!

“In the Mass and in Eucharistic Adoration we meet the merciful love of God that passes through the heart of Jesus Christ.”

-Pope John Paul II

Here is our prayer itinerary if you are trying to plan for communal prayer or silent prayer times: 

Noon -               Angelus, Exposition,  and Rosary
3:00pm -           Divine Mercy Chaplet
4:00pm -           Scriptural Stations of the Cross and musical reflections (more information here)
6 - 8:00pm-      Penance Service with Individual Reconciliation and Absolution
6:00am-            Angelus and Rosary
8:00am-            Stations of the Cross
8:30am -           Morning Mass
10 - 11:50am- Penance Service with Individual Reconciliation and Absolution 
Noon -               Angelus and Benediction