Eucharistic Adoration

What is Eucharistic Adoration?  It is the act of worshipping God as He is present in the consecrated host.  At the last supper, Jesus broke bread and distributed the wine saying, "this is my body" and "this is my blood."

The Catholic Church has always believed that the bread and wine are no longer merely baked bread and wine but are truly the living presence of our Risen Lord Jesus.

Spending time before our Risen Lord Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament in prayer and devotion is a time of intimacy with Jesus Christ and amoment of spiritual rejuvenation.

St. Thomas Aquinas said, "the mystery of the Eucharist can be perceived not by the senses, but only by faith gounded on the word of God."

St. John 20:29 writes, "Blessed are they who do not see and yet believe."

Jesus promised to be with His Church to the end of time and He is truly present to us through the great mystery of our Risen Lord Jesus revealed to us at the last supper...come and join Him!

For more information, call Diana Barrera by calling the parish office at 361.854.3800.


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