Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration
Perpetual Adoration is a time during which the Catholic faithful spend time adoring and praying before the exposed Blessed Sacrament. A consecrated host is placed inside a monstrance, which is then placed on an altar. Throughout the day and night, every week, all year long, members of All Saints Parish are present before the Eucharist. Some adore once each week, others only adore a few times each month, but all are invited to visit the chapel on a regular basis!
Perpetual Adoration takes place in the adoration chapel, located at St. Joseph Church, except on the first Friday of every month when adoration is moved to St. James Church. Any confirmed Catholic is invited to sign-up for an hour or visit the chapel anytime. To see a list of unfilled hours, please see the adoration section of the weekly bulletin.
For more information, contact John Uhal at 712-546-5223 ext. 4 or by email at email@example.com.
To sign-up as a regular or substitute adorer, please complete this form and return it to the Parish Office or contact John Uhal at the above number or email address.
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Northwest Iowa enjoys a much varied climate. When inclement weather occurs, usually in the winter months, adoration will be temporarily suspended. During this time, adorers are asked to stay home and stay safe while the Blessed Sacrament is reposed.
A notice of suspension is sent by email and text message to registered users and is also posted on KLEM-FM radio, KTIV-TV, and KCAU-TV. Please visit these organizations' weather announcements pages or TV banners before visiting the chapel when traveling could be dangerous.