7 Stages of Eucharistic Adoration

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Birgit J

Birgit Jones is a ‘slightly 60,’ passionately pro-life, cradle Catholic. She and her Catholic convert husband, Rick, have been married for 40+ years. Frequent visits from their four adult children and 9 living grandchildren eliminate any fear of an empty nest. Birgit can also be found on Catholic Stand and her Facebook fan page Designs by Birgit.

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  1. Kent P. Keller says:

    I know that the priest as pastor of your church has final say. It seems that if Mass and reception of the Eucharist and reconciliation are all integral parts of this special time, wouldn’t it make more sense to begin with reconciliation and end with the reception of our Lord rather than the other way around. A thought to pass on to your priest.

    • Birgit J says:

      In fact, many parishes do offer confession before Mass or during Eucharistic Adoration. If your parish doesn’t, it may be due to having a scheduled time for confession. It is common practice to have confessions on Saturday afternoon, for example. Then Mass is available Saturday evening and Sunday morning. A little pre-planning will make this work out just fine.

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