St. Paul's Catholic Church is blessed to have a beautiful chapel for Perpetual Adoration. Our parishioners pray before the Blessed Sacrament seven days a week, 365 days a year.
To receive a key card for access to the chapel, please contact the parish office.
Open Adoration Times
Please contact the parish office or see the bulletin for open Adoration hours.
For more information about Eucharistic Adoration or to sign up for an hour, contact:
The visit to the Blessed Sacrament is a great treasure of the Catholic faith. It nourishes social love and gives us opportunities for adoration and thanksgiving, for reparation and supplication.
It is also my joy to reaffirm before Ireland and the whole world the wonderful teaching of the Catholic Church regarding Christ's consoling presence in the Blessed Sacrament: his Real Presence in the fullest sense: the substantial presence by which the whole and complete Christ, God and man, are present (cf. Mysterium Fidei, 39). The Eucharist, in the Mass and outside of the Mass, is the Body and Blood of Jesus Christ, and is therefore deserving of the worship that is given to the living God, and to him alone (cf. Mysterium Fidei, 55; Paul VI, Address of 15 June 1978).
And so, dear brothers and sisters, every act of reverence, every genuflection that you make before the Blessed Sacrament, is important because it is an act of faith in Christ, an act of love for Christ. And every sign of the Cross and gesture of respect made each time you pass a church is also an act of faith.
May God preserve you in this faith-this holy Catholic faith-this faith in the Blessed Sacrament.
- Saint John Paul II
I wish everyone would come and take the opportunity to come and experience the joy. Jesus loves when families can come together to visit him.
Literally laying my prayers, thoughts and my love before the body of Christ is very powerful, very humbling. The peaceful atmosphere of our beautiful chapel inspires us to give joyful praise, thanksgiving and sometimes even breaking into song as I look at God and God looks at me. What Joy!!
The only gift you are asked to bring is prayer. What you will receive is peace, forgiveness, conversion, love, hope, joy and so much more.
The Holy Eucharist is the sacrament of God's infinite generosity towards man. When we receive Him in Holy Communion, He fills us with His divine love. At any time when we come to Adoration, God pours out His goodness upon us. What a wonderful opportunity we have in thanking Him for this great gift in Perpetual Adoration.
Jesus dwells in the Blessed Sacrament and is willing to give so many graces and blessings to those who respond to his appeal to be loved day and night in Adoration. Those who make a sacrifice by taking a difficult hour during the night, bring down God's blessings and peace upon the earth. He will bless you, your family and the world for your sacrifice.