50 days of Easter
Sign up to receive daily email readings from the New Testament through the season of Easter.
Prayerfully explore the Acts of the Apostles, the Letter to the Romans and the Letter to the Philippians.
Encounter God in scripture! Spend your 15 minutes of daily prayer with these passages.
“God dwells in our midst in the Blessed Sacrament of the altar” – St. Maximilian Kolbe
Located on the southwest corner of 41st and 93rd, our log-cabin Adoration Chapel is perpetually open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to visitors. For safety purposes the Chapel is locked from 10:00pm to 5:00am. Visitors can schedule appointments to visit the chapel during night hours by calling the parish office.
Spend an hour with Jesus
Whether you'd like to sign up for a reoccurring time, one-time or even just as a substitute, Jesus awaits you in the Adoration Chapel.
Have questions, please call: Marilyn at 374-6590, Maura at 365-3453 or Deacon Paul at 365-5217.
We invite you to spend an intentional and deliberate 1% of each day (15 minutes) in prayer with God.
Each person can set their 15 minutes differently. You can use that time as a way to start your day by opening the Scriptures in the morning with a cup of coffee, during a lunch break to recenter and refocus yourself in God, or in the evening as things quiet down.
Prayer is the cornerstone of a well balanced life. Through prayer we are able to lift ourselves and each other to God.
Following the 5pm Saturday Mass, as well as the 9:30 and 11:30am Sunday Masses, you can bring your prayers and intentions to the Prayer Chair located next to the organ pipes, behind the tabernacle.
Here, our Prayer Team can pray with you and for you and your intentions. You’re also welcome to join those who are need of prayer.
Do you have something in your life that needs prayer - Let us know, we'd be happy to pray for you