Our founding Pastor, Msgr. Eugene Kerwin, started Perpetual Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament at St. Robert’s in 1990 during Advent. With the ongoing support of our pastor, adoration continues to this day with adorers coming 24 hours a day, seven days a week, to spend one hour in prayer before Our Lord in Exposition in the Chapel of Adoration. Blessings flow to our parish and families when the Eucharist is our center of our parish life.
Adorers come to the Chapel for their one hour each week and sign-in at the adoration book. Adorers are asked to find a substitute if they cannot keep their time or they may contact their day captain. Substitutes are most welcome whenever they are available. The day captains are listed below and may be contacted directly for more information or to become an adorer for the day and hour of choice, or to offer to be called as a substitute adorer. Adorers commit to one hour or more each week and are invited to contact one of the day captains (all listed below) to secure a day and time. Substitute and drop in adorers are always welcomed.
Perpetual Adorers by Day - Fall 2016
This ministry organizes and conducts formal group adoration throughout the night before the Blessed Sacrament exposed for veneration upon the main altar of St. Robert’s Church. There are eight groups (each with four or more individuals) meeting for one hour of formal prayer together beginning at 10:00 p.m. the night before the first Sunday of the month. The final hour ends with Benediction at 6:00 am Sunday morning. Each group’s designated hour rotates monthly. Adorers commit to one hour each month.
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