05 December 2020
2004 Resume of Perpetual Adoration in Tullamore


Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration in
the hospital Chapel


Resume of Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration In Tullamore!

The Apostolate of Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration was initiated in the Parish of Tullamore on September 11th 1994. It was introduced by a group of people working with the guidance and co-operation of our priests. It is located in the Chapel of the Regional Hospital, where it is very accessible to visitors to the hospital and the sick, for whom it is a great source of consolation and healing.. It is also a warm, comfortable and secure place.How it works:
Adoration continues around the clock on a 24 hour basis. All the hours are filled by one, two or more people who commit themselves to one hour each week, (this is one hour out of 168 hours per week) adoring and praising God and praying for themselves and you. All are welcome for either casual of committed attendance.Attendance:
There are approximately 600 people attending Adoration from the parish and outlying areas since it started, this includes both committed and non-committed adorers. We are always seeking new members to help replace those who through family commitments, illness or death can no longer fulfil their commitment to their hour. Our youth are the hope for the future!Thanksgiving:
As a token of gratitude for this Eucharistic Presence and for many personal and parish blessings, we celebrate annually a half-day of Thanksgiving, which may include mask guided Adoration, benediction and homily usually led by and invited priest.Other Information:
A group of approx. ten co-ordinators of Perpetual Eucharistic adoration meet together once each month for an hour of Payer which includes Adoration, Scripture reflection, reflective music and prayers for a parish needs. This group is called Cairde Chriost (Friends of Christ). Afterwards a short time is given to deal with matters relating to Adoration. Out of this group emerged a booklet "God is Love", to mark the millennium and dedicated to past and present adorers.Who to contact:
If you would like further information about this Apostolate of Adoration or are interested in making a commitment to a weekly hour of Adoration; please contact:  Caitriona @ 0506 –21232P.S. There are many who are not aware of this quite place of reflection come there for a short visit, experience the peace, the quiet and the winding down.


see also


Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration
Adoration Chapel
Regional Hospital

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