Please join in prayer with a visit before the Blessed Sacrament sometime tomorrow during the day or evening hours. Sign up sheets are in the vestibule of the chapel. If you cannot commit for an hour, stop by and pray for as long as you like. Knock on the chapel door for entry during the late evening hours.
Our Adoration coincides with the Feast of St. Joseph the Worker, a special patron of our parish building project, at the beginning of the Marian month of May, with Mary, Queen of Grace watching over us from atop the carriage house for many years.
There are so many reasons to offer prayer: for the safety of our nation and its people, for peace in the world, for a return to life-giving values by elected officials, for recovery of the local community, for reparation for our sins, for a re-invigorated personal faith, for guidance in making difficult decisions, for solace in mourning and loss, for spiritual and bodily strength in illness, for a loved one or family member...
We ask Jesus through the intercession of Mary and Joseph to guide to completion the project we undertake: to build something beautiful for God that will be a spiritual home for the Holy Family and for our parish families striving to become more holy.