In the Christmas Season offer to the Lord one hour of prayer, and be comforted by the gift of the Incarnation, of God-with-us. After a quiet reflection on the Christmas story, pray the rosary.
The Lord, when he does something new, makes a quiet beginning, a muted arrival. In this adoration guide, Sr Kathryn Hermes leads you through a meditative reflection on God’s coming in small things particularly in this time of pandemic.
Prayer and thoughts of gratitude help us to feel safe, happy, and live with greater health. In this prayer of Eucharistic Adoration you will be invited to a meditation of gratitude for one thing in your life and to pray contemplatively with Psalm 23.
Guided by Sr Kathryn Hermes, an examen follows quiet time for reflection on the scriptures. The Hour of Adoration concludes with the rosary.
In this hour of Eucharistic Adoration, after space for reflection on a passage of Scripture, there is a guided examen and the recitation of the rosary.
Join Sr Kathryn Hermes for this Hour of Adoration and deepen the mystery of Mary’s life and fiat and motherhood. Bring whatever is in your life here before Jesus through Mary. Find here comfort and peace.
The mystery of kenosis helps us live through those more difficult passages of our journey with Jesus. Sr Kathryn Hermes, FSP leads this time of Eucharistic Adoration with Jesus in a deep reflection on the power of God’s love.
On these days leading up to Pentecost and the great outpouring of the Holy Spirit, we want to draw close to Mary our Mother, and the Spouse of the Spirit. Sr Laura Brown, fsp will guide us during this time of prayer, helping us to reflect upon the action of the Spirit in Mary’s life. We ask Mary to obtain for us hearts that are open and receptive to the Spirit’s lead.
During these past weeks we have not been able to receive Jesus sacramentally in the Eucharist. Have we taken this for granted? Have we allowed this great privilege to become just something that Catholics do? After a short period of silent reflection, Sr Laura Brown, fsp guides us through the story of the disciples on the Road to Emmaus as a paradigm for our own journey. And during this journey Jesus walks beside us, listening to our questions and concerns and then reveals Himself in the Eucharistic Bread.
In the beautiful season of the Church’s year we find ourselves in Easter. A time when we experience new life, and how we much we need new life in these days when we are experiencing sickness and death, change and uncertainty, all caused by the coronavirus. We want life not death, hope not fear, light not darkness. In this time of Eucharistic Adoration, Sr Laura Brown, FSP leads us in prayer, meditating on two Gospels in which is recounted Jesus’ appearance to women on the morning of the resurrection.