Eucharistic Adoration

Encountering the Living Jesus Changes Everything

The Chapel of the Little Flower was established in April 2000. The Chapel is open to scheduled adorers and visitors almost 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The chapel is temporarily closed on Saturdays from 12am-5am, Sundays 1am-4am and Wednesdays 12am-9am due to a decrease in scheduled adorers.
We hope to reopen those hours as soon as possible.

The Chapel has two entrances, one from the main level of the gathering space and the other exterior entrance on the south side of the building, near the office. The exterior entrance has a coded lock. Call the parish office at 492-2640 or chapel coordinator for the code.

Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration is the adoration of Jesus Christ present in the Holy Eucharist. People come to pray and worship Jesus continually throughout the day and night. This can be through personal prayer, reading the bible, reading other prayerful books and materials, or just having quiet peaceful time with Jesus. The Church also prescribes as an appropriate sign of reverence, genuflection on one knee whether the Eucharist is reserved in the tabernacle or exposed for public adoration. It is essential that Adoration is always seen in relation to and flowing from the holy sacrifice of the Mass and never eclipses the Mass in importance in the minds of the faithful. He loves us without limit and offers Himself to us in the Holy Sacrament of the Eucharist.

Come and encounter the Living Jesus the Holy Eucharist

Archbishop Nienstedt encourages us: “The living Jesus desires today that we would know of this love in a personal way. He is longing to share it with us. We need only to turn our lives toward him and begin to live as his friends.

Come make a total commitment to Christ!

Open hours that need to be filled:
Friday 3:00am
Saturday, noon – 1st Saturday of the month only
Saturday, 6:00pm

If you would like an open hour please call Coordinator: Sue Pieper: 952-492-3340

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