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    • December 1
      - Mitchell Palmquist
      Eucharistic Adoration is not a practice that every Catholic is accustomed to, but it is a devotion dear to many Catholics. Adoration has a long history in the Catholic Church, stretching back to at least the medieval period. Often those who regularly participate in Eucharistic Adoration stay with the Blessed Sacrament in the chapel for an hour.
    • December 1
      - Obispo Thomas Daly
      “Porque un Niño nos ha nacido, un Hijo nos ha sido dado, Y la soberanía reposará sobre Sus hombros. Y se llamará Su nombre Admirable Consejero, Dios Poderoso, Padre Eterno, Príncipe de Paz” -Isaías 9:5
    • December 1
      - Bishop Thomas Daly
      “For a child is born to us, a son is given us; upon his shoulder dominion rests. They name him Wonder-Counselor, God-Hero, Father-Forever, Prince  of Peace.” -Isaiah 9:5
    • November 21
      - Sue Millersmith
      St. Thomas More Parish in North Spokane has a thriving lay ministry supporting perpetual adoration. Some history, methods, and fruits of the ministry are shared.
    • November 21
      - Kathy Ruthven
      “Can you believe I have students who have never heard of Perpetual Adoration in front of the Blessed Sacrament?” I did my best to react with the appropriate level of shock and dismay, but I was secretly thinking, “So, what exactly is that?”