Adoration Chapel


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Why Eucharistic Adoration?

“The bread I will give is my flesh for the life of the world…” (John 6:52)

 When we pray before the Blessed Sacrament, how often do we really realize that what, or rather who, we are looking at is really, truly Jesus Christ, the living Son of God.  The practice of Eucharistic Adoration actually arose in the middle ages when frequent reception of Holy Communion was not terribly common. 

 At that time, the people of God focused so completely on their own unworthiness, that they rarely approached the altar to receive the Lord.  In response, the Church gave Eucharistic Adoration in order that they might at least look upon the Lord and adore Him (incidentally, this is also the reason why the Body of Christ, and His Precious Blood are elevated during the Eucharistic Prayer at Mass.)

 Time with the Blessed Sacrament is time with Jesus.  Like Mary in the Scriptures, we are able to sit for a time at the feet of Jesus himself.  What do we talk about while there?  One of the saints of the Church probably sums it up best.  In his sermon to a group of children on the occasion of their First Holy Communion, St. John Vianney tells them (and us!) about why one would adore the Blessed Sacrament outside Mass: “…there He abides, day and night in the midst of His faithful, to receive and console all those who turn to Him in their need.  “Come unto ME,” He cries out to us, “all who are sorrowful and heavily laden: I will refresh you; with me, you will find rest for your souls.”

For more information or to sign up for open times,
contact  Leonard Skillings    218-232-6688

Adoration Chapel Schedule:         Schedule    Subs

 THE CHAPEL IS CLOSED:   Memorial Day - 4th of July - Labor Day -  Thanksgiving Day - 2 pm Christmas Eve - all day Christmas day - 4 pm New Year's Eve - all day New Year's day - 4 pm Holy Thursday - Good Friday.    In case of bad weather, adorers will be notified of closing.

 Directions to Queen of Peace Adoration Chapel: Hwy 210 to 13th St.  South on 13th St. to Willow Street / St. Andrew's Church. Or:  Hwy 210 to 6th Street  (Business 371 South). South to Willow Street.  Turn onto Willow Street (East) at Super America to St. Andrew's Church (about 4 blocks).  Go into the NE front entrance of the church. The door is to your left as you enter the courtyard.

Note:  The door to the Chapel is locked. If you would like to visit the adoration chapel, please knock on the outside door and someone will open it for you. Please sign in if you stay 15 minutes or longer.