During Lent St Joseph is Offering Two Adoration Opportunities for You: (A) 7:00pm Wednesday
and (B) 5:00pm Friday w/6:00pm Stations
Heed their voiceless pleadings. And on the day of your judgment, Jesus will say to you, “Come, O blessed of my Father…I was in prison and you came to me” (Matthew 25:34, 36).
Being in Purgatory is like being in prison. Some of us because of either our age or gender may not feel comfortable doing prison ministry. However, why not Adoration then?
Eucharistic Adoration is one of the most powerful acts of love and charity in prayer that can be done, in assisting the holy souls reach heaven. Eucharistic Adoration is intercessory prayer. The adorers assume the office of mediators on behalf of mankind by their unceasing prayers, offering up supplications day and night to God’s throne of mercy on behalf of the members of the Church Suffering.
Our intercessory prayers give the suffering souls great comfort and relief. From the Sacred Host, streams of alleviating grace flow into the expiatory realms of purgatory, bringing unspeakable relief to those imprisoned there.