NOTE: The Blessed Sacrament Chapel is closed until further notice to help mitigate the Coronavirus. You are invited to visit our Lord online from the safety of your home.
The time you spend with Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament is the best time you will spend on earth. Each moment that you spend with Jesus will deepen your union with Him and make your soul everlastingly more glorious and beautiful in Heaven, and will help bring about everlasting peace on earth.
-Saint Mother Teresa of Calcutta
Jesus awaits us in this holy sacrament of love and gives us his sacramental presence in his tabernacle in Catholic churches worldwide including the parish of St. Catherine of Alexandria. Outside of Mass, sites with the Most Holy Blessed Sacrament present, whether exposed or reserved in the tabernacle are the most holy, most sacred places of worship on earth, set apart from the rest of the world.
Whenever Mass is not in session, Jesus Christ invites his children to come visit and draw closer to him and quietly pray and meditate before him in Eucharistic Adoration. Come as you are and visit our Lord and Savior in this holy space, filled with the eternal peace and joy of the real presence of himself in the Eucharist.
The Holy Place
Inside the tabernacle, the Risen Lord and Savior Jesus Christ resides under the appearance of bread, gracing adorers with his complete divine presence.
Many Ways to Pray
Reflect on numerous prayers, hundreds of Catholic songs or the following weekend's readings with the provided Glory & Praise Hymnals which contain these prayers and readings, or bring your own Catholic books for reflection.
Light a Candle with Safety
Offer up a special prayer with our votive candle rack from Saint Killian's Candle Company, one of the safest, cleanest and uniquely smokeless and sootless candle burning systems in existence. Suggested donation is $1 per candle.
Sunday: Following the 8:00 am Mass until the end of the 6:00 pm Youth Mass or last scheduled event of the day at the parish (whichever occurs last).
Monday - Friday: 9:00 am to 8:00pm or until the end of the last scheduled event of the day at the parish (whichever occurs last).
Saturday: 9:00 am until the conclusion of the 7:00 pm Spanish Vigil Mass.
After Hours & Homebound: 24/7 Online Connections from one of several Sacred Sites.