Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
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Welcome to the St. Joseph Adoration Chapel at Church of the Little Flower and thank you for coming to spend some time with our Lord! We need Christ’s presence now more than ever. May God bless you all!

Accessing the Chapel:

Visiting the Adoration Chapel has never been easier! The St. Joseph Chapel is now code-accessible via the Sevilla Avenue side entrance. For added security, please note that the exterior entrance, Chapel hallway, and Chapel are all under video surveillance.

Operating the Automated Curtain:

The St. Joseph Adoration Chapel has been recently renovated with the addition of a more secure box which houses the Monstrance and the Blessed Sacrament. Exposition and Reposition of the Blessed Sacrament is self-automated via a curtain that opens and closes at the press of a button. The control for the Monstrance curtain is located next to the Chapel light switch.

If you are arriving and the curtain is closed, simply click “Up” and the curtain will open and the Monstrance light will turn on automatically. If you need to leave and the chapel will remain empty, simply click “Down” and the curtain will close and the Monstrance light will turn off automatically.

Log Your Visit:

Please log your visit to the Adoration Chapel in our virtual log book, in the tab above. There you’ll be able to add in any special prayer intentions which we will pray for as a community as we gather around our Lord.

Perpetual Adoration Sign-up:

We’ll soon be launching full 24/7 Perpetual Adoration! If you are able to commit to a regular, weekly Holy Hour (or more!), sign up today, in the tab above, for your preferred day(s)/hour(s) of adoration.

Prayers Before the Blessed Sacrament:

We’ve compiled some of our favorite Prayers before the Blessed Sacrament to help you make the most of your visit to the chapel.

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Adoration Visitor Log

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Perpetual Adoration Coming Soon!

Now that we have the side entrance (along Sevilla Ave) available for access to the chapel with a passcode, and the exposition/reposition of the Blessed Sacrament controlled automatically, we are moving towards our goal of perpetual 24/7 adoration.

We want you to come visit the Lord at all hours, but for that to get started, we need you to start signing up for adoration hours. Please fill out the form below with the days/hours you are able to commit to on a weekly basis.

Updated as of Thursday, October 28th

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