Eucharistic Adoration

What is Adoration?

Adoration is a quiet time spent in prayer before Jesus, who is present in the Eucharist. A consecrated host is placed in the center of a sacred vessel, called a monstrance. The word monstrance means "to show." The monstrance is then set in a very special place for all to see and worship Jesus. He is present - body, blood, soul, and divinity in the consecrated host, or Blessed Sacrament.

Adoration at St. Joseph

Are you willing to make a sacrifice of one hour a week for Jesus who sacrificed Himself for love of you?

Our Adoration hours are:

Sunday at 6:00 pm through Monday at midnight
Tuesday at 4:00 am through Thursday at midnight

Adoration is held in the Charity Chapel (lower level of the church). Anyone is welcome to stop in anytime.

We have a great need for second adorers during the overnight hours, particularly the Midnight hour. Please prayerfully consider a commitment to one of these hours.

To sign up for an hour or if you are interested in being added to our sub list, please contact Carri Razidlo 952-540-7092 or