Saturday: 5:30 pm
Sunday: 7:30 am, 9:30 am, 11:30 am, 5:00 pm
*Children's Liturgy (ages 4-6) & Nursery (ages 8 months-3 yrs) available at 9:30 am, 11:30 am, & 5:00 pm Masses during the school year.
Monday - Saturday: 8:00 am in the Chapel
Spending quiet time with Jesus in the presence of the Blessed Sacrament is one of the most powerful spiritual acts outside of attending Mass. It is an opportunity to open ourselves to His graces which flow from the Holy Eucharist, returning the love that Jesus gives us by adoring and spending time with Him, “Love for Love.” Over time, the more time you spend in the presence of Jesus, the more you will feel renewed and healed. Miracles of conversion, peace, discovery of vocations, answers to prayers, physical healings, and healing of families are just some of the wonderful things that can happen during this quiet time. Many graces flow from the devotion to our Lord in Adoration which can impact our church, community and our family.
Eucharistic Adoration at Sacred Heart
- Wednesdays from 9:00 am .- 10:00 pm in the Chapel
- 8:45 am - 9:45 am after monthly First Friday Mass
Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration at Holy Rosary Chapel
Holy Rosary Chapel
1416 George Street
Rosenberg, TX 77471
- Although the Chapel is located at Holy Rosary Church, attending Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament at this location is the privilege and responsibility of the four Richmond-Rosenberg Catholic Churches.
- Please prayerfully consider choosing an hour to attend. You may attend any time, but ideally, adorers choose an hour to attend each week.
- To schedule a weekly hour:
- Enter your name on the schedule located in the Chapel or
- Call Marv Kuhn, 281-342-9381
- Mass Intention request forms are in the Church pamphlet rack, in the Church Office, or you may download and print the form HERE.
- No Mass requests will be taken over the telephone at the parish office. Homebound and those unable to visit the Church Office may mail the request and Mass stipend to: Sacred Heart, 507 S. Fourth Street, Richmond, Texas, 77469, Attention: Mass Intention.
- Requests will be honored on a first-come, first-served basis in the order in which the request is received.
- Requests will be granted as close to the requested date and time as possible. If it is not possible to comply with the primary request, the next closest date and time will be scheduled and the requester will be notified.
- Limit of five of the same intention requested at one time. Any more than five will be sent out of the parish to be fulfilled.
- Please be specific in your request. Examples: for a deceased relative or friend, for the health of a friend or relative, for peace in the world, for the Holy Father, in thanksgiving for something, in honor of a birthday or anniversary.
- We cannot accept requests for unknown, private, or special intentions or intentions that contradict Catholic teaching or doctrine.
- Mass Stipend: It is an ancient Christian tradition for the faithful to give an offering for a requested Mass intention. The Mass stipend is a donation, not the price you pay for Mass. Stipends are a free-will offering, and the Mass intention requester decides the amount to offer.