My grandfather, aunts and uncles used to call it, “making a visit” and I wondered what they meant.
My parents never spoke of it at all.
In my 30s, I finally learned what “making a visit” really meant; and along with several Catholic homeschooling families, I brought our children to experience a different way to pray to Jesus. Aside from the children, the chapel was generally filled with those in their 70s or beyond. It seemed sad to me that my generation or my parents generation had no idea what Eucharistic Adoration meant or why they would want to go.
Eucharistic Adoration is a practice in which the Blessed Sacrament is adored by the faithful. And let me tell you, it is a really nice privilege to be able to take time out of a busy day to slip into a chapel for prayer.
Thankfully, the practice of adoring Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament is making a resurgence among young Catholics. At St. Anne in Pleasant Prairie, the youth are on fire with love for Jesus.
This Saturday, they are hosting Behold. A time for praise, worship and prayer in front of the Blessed Sacrament.
Louisa Frederiksson says this, “With the new school year, our lives become very chaotic. Adults, teens, and children all experience the speeding up of schedules. In all of this business, we might lose sight of God.
Father Todd Belardi is at St. Anne’s Behold event to tell you how you can use this new year to form the new and improved version of yourself with Christ’s help. Come and join us at St. Anne’s Catholic Church at 7 on for a night to praise and adore our Lord, to experience the healing of Reconciliation, to feel the joy of fellowship, and to learn with our guest speaker. See you there!”
Want to learn more? Watch this captivating video on the Behold experience