Prayer & Devotion
Ask, and it will be given to you; search, and you will find;
knock, and the door will be opened for you.
- Matthew 7
Though our Sunday Eucharist is the source and summit of our life we recognize that we are sustained in our life through prayer and devotion. We have at Most Precious Blood Parish a group of parishioners dedicated to accompanying one another in prayer and support.
On the third Friday of every month from 9:30AM-6:00PM, parishioners gather throughout the day to offer adoration to our Eucharistic Lord. When we gather as a community to pray before Jesus present in the Blessed Sacrament, we unite ourselves to the universal mission of Jesus—the salvation of the world. When we gather for Eucharistic adoration we pray for the needs of the universal church, our local parish, our family and indeed for ourselves. Come and spend some quiet time with Jesus. All our welcome and any amount of time is appreciated.
Catholic Charismatic Prayer Group
Every Wednesday night beginning at 7:30-9:00PM (unless there is a holiday), Most Precious Blood Parish offers a charismatic prayer experience. This prayer time offers praise and worship music, lectio devina (Praying with Scripture), personal testimony and social fellowship to follow. Everyone is welcome. Visit our website living.stones.tripod.com
Come and pray the rosary with the community of Most Precious Blood before each weekday Mass. Every Friday afternoon beginning at 1PM join with others as they offer a rosary for the unborn and respect for all human life. Everyone is welcome.
Intercessory Prayer Group
Every Wednesday afternoon in the church from 1:00-2:00PM come and join a group of dedicated individuals who offer prayers for the universal and local church and other various intentions. Hour includes: Divine Mercy, Prayer Intentions and Rosary. Everyone is welcome.
The power of prayer is not limited to the walls of the church building. There are a group of dedicated parishioners who, from their homes, offer prayer for various intentions that are communicated to them through our “Prayer Tree”.