PERPETUAL ADORATION AND ROSARY ONLINE 24/7
Jesus chose death on the Cross so that we could have the fullness of his Life in the Blessed Sacrament. He chose to suffer hatred so that we could be filled with his Love. He chose to be hurt until He was left disfigured so that we could be entirely healed. He chose to endure darkness so that we could have the light and joy of his real Presence. He chose to suffer the abandonment of heaven so we could always have Him, Emmanuel, God with us here on Earth. All He wants is our love, your love! What better way to correspond to His love than to meditate on what He suffered for us, asking Him for the conversion of sinners so we may all enjoy the fruits of Redemption.
Thus we invite you to join us in prayer, with the Sorrowful Mysteries of the Holy Rosary for the Conversion and Peace in the World.This prayer online is 24 four hours a day, 7 days a week, where people from all over the world can now come together to pray. Pope St. Pius X said: “If there were one million families praying the Rosary every day, the entire world would be saved”.
is not measured in minutes but in graces, blessings, protection, fruits, greater intimacy and knowledge of God. Our Lord blesses that Holy Hour and multiplies it in incalculable benefits"
“Where there is the continual presence of Christ in the adoration of the Blessed Sacrament, evil cannot stand. It has two choices: either it must kneel in the presence of Christ or it must leave”. JRM
Live streaming from Key Biscayne, FL - Chapel of Perpetual Adoration, St. Agnes Parish
The interpretation of the music that you will hear is composed based on the notes discovered on the Tilma of Our Lady of Guadalupe through the position of the stars in her mantle, which is the same position of the stars in the sky of the day of Her apparition to Juan Diego and the flowers of her robe.
The Holy Eucharist: The center of our Catholic Faith; the source and the summit of our lives, the true means of Adoration for all time… Father Bill Casey, Order of Priests of Mercy