ADORATE!

Eucharistic Adoration | 19-24 June 2019

Introduction

Our life is expressed in the charism of our society…to centre our lives on the real presence of Christ in his sacraments.

SCP Common Manual

Perhaps the most profound way in which Christ makes himself present to the world is through the Mass and in the Catholic tradition of the Church, Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament is a natural part of our Eucharistic life.

Spending time before the Blessed Sacrament is a way of putting ourselves in a place where God can get at us so that he can do his transformative, redemptive work in our lives.

The Feast Day of Corpus Christi and the days that follow are an ideal time to focus on Christ’s presence in the Eucharist and we are inviting all members of our Society and their congregations to join us in spending time in the company of our Lord.

Churches affiliated with our Society will be hosting services of Exposition and Benediction, which all are welcome to attend.

If you would like to host a Eucharistic Adoration yourself, contact us.

 

When and Where

Updated 8th June 2019 1130

Wednesday 19 June

1500-2100

> St Chrysostom, Manchester, England

2100-0000

> St Columba, John’s Creek, Georgia, USA

Thursday 20 June

0000-0200

> St Columba, John’s Creek, Georgia, USA

0700-0800

> St James, Vancouver, Canada

0800-0900

> St Martin, Llya, Wrexham, Wales

1000-1100

> St Stephen, Canterbury, England

1100-1300

> St Deniol, Hawarden, Wales

1300-1500

> Cathedral of St Nicholas, Newcastle, England

1500-1700

> Cathedral of St Nicholas, Newcastle, England

> Church of the Atonement, Chicago, USA

1700-1800

> Church of the Atonement, Chicago, USA

1800-1900

> Church of the Atonement, Chicago, USA

> Southwark Cathedral, Southwark, England

1900-2200

> Christ Church, Newhaven, USA

2200-2300

> St Mark, Honolulu, USA

2300-0000

> St Columba, John’s Creek, Georgia, USA

Friday 21 June

0000-0100

> St Columba, John’s Creek, Georgia, USA

0100-0200

> Trinity Church, Ashland, Oregon, USA

0900-1000

> Church of the Ascension, Chelmsford, England

1000-1200

> St. Mary, Maldon, England

1200-1400

> St Nicholas, South Ockenden, England

1400-1500

> St Francis of Assisi, Barkingside, England

1500-1700

> St Mary Magdalene, Great Burstead, England

1700-1800

> St Mary, South Creake, England

1800-1900

St Stephen, Norbury, England

2200-2300

> St Mark, Honolulu, USA

Saturday 22 June

1000-1100

> St George, Paris, France

1500-1800

> St Peter, Oughtrington, England

1700-2100

> St. Andrew, Buffalo, USA

1800-1900

St Andrew, Ferrybridge, England

 

Sunday 23 June

0300-0400

> St Mary, Kansas, USA

1700-2100

> St. Andrew, Buffalo, USA

1800-1900

> St Mary Magdalene, Coventry, England

> St Peter, East Blatchington, England

1900-2000

> St Chrysostom, Manchester, England

2200-2300

> St Mark, Honolulu, USA

Monday 24 June

0300-0400

> St Mark, Honolulu, USA

> St Mary, Kansas, USA

0800-0900

> St James, Vancouver, Canada

1200-1700

> St Michael, South Beddington, England

Tuesday 25 June

1400-1700

> St Matthew, Westminster, England

1800-1900

> St John, Hurst, England

1900-2200

> St Mary, Springwell, England

Wednesday 26 June

1200-1300

> St John, Hurst, England

1600-1700

> St Clement w. St Peter, Dulwich, England (to 1730)

1700-1800

> St Mary, South Creake, England

1900-2200

Holy Trinity, Shaw, England

Thursday 27 June

0900-1000

> St John, Hurst, England

1600-1700

> St Chrysostom, Manchester, England

1700 - Mass of Deposition

St Chrysostom, Manchester, England