Prayer communicated to the three children at Fatima by an interior impulse during the May 13, 1917, apparition of the Blessed Virgin Mary.
Most Holy Trinity,
I Adore Thee!
My God, My God, I Love Thee in the
Most Blessed Sacrament!
With the Blessed Sacrament suspended in the air, the Angel of Peace taught the Fatima Children to recite another prayer
during the Third apparition of the Angel in 1916.
Remaining in Silence - Before the Blessed Sacrament
Perpetual Adoration - Always Open for God's People
"Wherever possible, it would be appropriate,
especially in densely populated areas,
to set aside specific churches or oratories
for Perpetual Adoration."
Pope Benedict XVI, Sacramentum Caritatis, No.67, March 13, 2007
Our Goal is to Encourage Adorers to Schedule a Holy Hour Once a Week with Jesus in the Most Blessed Sacrament.
Click Here to Submit your Story and Help Promote Perpetual Adoration Throughout the World.
Parish Prayer Card: to establish a Perpetual Adoration Chapel at your parish.
English Prayer Card Spanish Prayer Card
A Perpetual Adoration Chapel is Always Open for people to come and pray. Open: 24 hours a day/ 7 days a week.
Perpetual Adoration Chapels are silent, convenient chapels to Adore Our Lord, Day and Night.
Parish Handout: Pope Benedict XVI encouraging Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration Chapels
"Places cannot but be praised and held up for imitation
that promote the practice of Perpetual Adoration." John Paul II
Parish Handout: Adorer's Personal Testimonies and Holy Hour Sign up Form for use at
Perpetual Adoration Chapels: English Form Spanish Form
At the 45th Eucharistic Congress in Seville, Spain, in 1993, Pope John Paul II said,
"I hope the fruit of this Congress results in the establishment of
Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration in all parishes and
Christian Communities throughout the world."
Blessed Mother Teresa of Calcutta:
"I will tell you a beautiful thing: Up until 1973, we did not have adoration in our houses for one hour daily for each Sister as we do now. But in 1973 there was a unanimous request, 'Mother, please let us have adoration every day.'"
"We have much work to do, much." So I said: "How can we do it, we have so much work to do?"
"But the Sisters insisted, so we started. And to tell the truth, I have not had to change anything in the timetable regarding work.
We still do the same amount of work each day, plus that daily hour of adoration.
I advise you also to start having that Adoration.
Our love for Jesus is more intimate, our love for each other more understanding, our love for the poor more compassionate, and we have twice as many vocations - thanks to the gift that God has given us, The Eucharist!"