Video Blogging V: Eucharistic Adoration

Fr. Jim Martin continue his series on prayer with an introduction to Eucharistic Adoration.

 

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Tim Reidy

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Many different types of good Catholics participate in adoration services and gain great value from these experiences. This would include men and women, gay and straight, old and young, poor and wealthy, etc. I can't listen to Pange Lingua on Holy Thursday without getting teary eyed. It is part of my DNA.

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