Eucharistic Adoration





The Church of Saint Mary’s in New Trier invites you to grow in faith and love of our Lord with us, by coming to Eucharistic Adoration.
Whether you regularly visit an Adoration chapel, or have never experienced the quiet and peace of praying before our Lord in the Blessed Sacrament, all are invited to participate.

Time of Adoration

  • Mondays, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm in the main church concluding with Benediction

Wish to be added to the schedule for an hour or to be a substitute?
Call Shirley Nelson 651-437-6115

What is Adoration?

Eucharistic Adoration is the presence of oneself with our Lord Jesus Christ in the Blessed Sacrament, whether reposed inside the tabernacle, or exposed inside a monstrance.
Adoration allows for personal time to be spent with the real physical presence of Jesus Christ contained in the Eucharist. This is usually done within a period of one hour or otherwise referred to as a “Holy Hour.” Privately one can pray in silent prayer, give praise to God for all His works and grace, and to absorb the peaceful presence of the Lord in our busy, noisy, and sometimes turbulent lives.

Coming to adoration people don’t always have a clear motivation of what they are coming for but know that adoration provides a refuge from the rest of the world for short time surrounded by God’s love and peace.

At Adoration people often bring a Bible or other devotional prayer books, of which some are available in the back of church, to read and other say the Rosary or Divine Mercy chaplet to focus their minds on the true salvation of our Lord. Other may come just to sit or kneel for a moment in the presence of our Lord Jesus Christ.

At Adoration, Jesus is waiting for you, so come and experience the presence and peace regardless of where you are in your path through life.


Links to More Information on Adoration

The mission of St. Mary’s Parish is to proclaim and celebrate our salvation through Jesus Christ,our pilgrimage to the Father’s Kingdom enlivened by the Holy Spirit. Our Catholic faith community is nourished by our sacramental life, especially the Sunday celebration of the Eucharist. With Mother Mary as our model, we demonstrate our faith through worship, education, vocations and service.