“The Holy Hour in our modern rat race is necessary for authentic prayer. Our world is one of speed in which intensity of movement is a substitute for lack of purpose; where noise is invoked to drown out the whisperings of conscience; where talk, talk, talk, gives the impression that we are doing something when really we are not; where activity kills self-knowledge one by contemplation… The Holy Hour means giving up a golf game or a cocktail party or a nap. Sometimes it is hard.” But it is worth it!”
- Venerable Fulton Sheen
Eucharistic Adoration is offered in the Main Church every First Friday of the month following 12:15 PM Mass until 6 PM.