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Adoration at BC

Campus Ministry

Viewing Vessel

What is Adoration?

Adoration is a form of prayer that occurs in the presence of the Body of Christ.  During Adoration a Consecrated Host is placed in a viewing vessel called a monstrance, allowing the adorer the opportunity to pray and listen to God in their lives while in the real presence of Christ.  Adoration is a time for reflection, prayer, and silence.

Adoration has been a significant part of the lives of those students in Saint Thomas More Society, Sons of St. Patrick, Gratia Plena and others.  We look forward to their efforts in helping us make adoration a more prominent prayer form on campus.

 

Adoration

Bapst Library: Irish Room (just inside the entrance to the left)
9 a.m. - 5 p.m., Monday - Friday

Eucharistic Benediction

School of Theology and Ministry Chapel: 9 lake Street (Brighton Campus)
Every Wednesday evening starting at 8 PM