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

Thursday after 8am Mass


Thursday Eucharistic Adoration in the Chapel

We need Adorers for our weekly Thursday Eucharistic Adoration from 9am -7pm.

We are asking for at least THREE Adorers for each hour to ensure our Lord is never left alone. Exposition begins after 8 AM Mass and conclude with Benediction at 7 PM.

Please consider spending at least an hour with Jesus. He awaits you.

“Come to me, all you who labor and are burdened, and I will give you rest.” Matt 11:28

If interested please send an email to [email protected]



 The Wonder of the True Presence at Sacred Heart

On the early evening of Sunday, April 30, the high schoolers of the Sacred Heart Youth Group had their end of the year adoration service with Father Joseph. As part of the service, the teens wrote down their burdens and things they wanted to give to Jesus on pieces of paper and placed them before Him in baskets before the altar. Shortly after doing this, a catechist took these pictures, and after Benediction, the teens left the church to burn those burdens in a little bonfire in the plaza before going to the gym for ice cream and pizza.

About two weeks later, Father Joseph got time to look at the pictures of the adoration that the catechist sent him. He was shocked to see the way the host looked as if it changed in several of the photos. Sharing these photos with staff and parishioners, no one has been able to explain how a reflection or glare or other anything could have caused the host to appear this way in the photos. No one in the church saw this phenomenon at the time. What a wonderful mystery it is, and how it reminds us that Jesus Christ is truly present in the Eucharist and calls us to Himself in the Holy Mass and Adoration, to take away our cares and make our burdens light.  

Closeup of the Photos