St. Philomena's Adoration Chapel is open twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. All are welcome to come adore Him for any length of time.
A consecrated host from the Mass is placed in a Monstrance, which is designed to allow the faithful the opportunity to adore Jesus Christ’s true presence in the Eucharist.
History of St. Philomena Adoration Chapel
The Perpetual Adoration Chapel was started at St. Philomena in 1994. On January 1, 2011, the Feast of Mary, the Mother of God, we opened our new Adoration Chapel. The chapel was officially consecrated by Bishop Daniel Jenky, CSC, on March 27, 2011 when he came to St. Philomena for Confirmation. We hope you find the chapel to be a simple and beautiful prayer space. The graces associated with parishes that operate an Adoration Chapel are well-founded. We are blessed by our parish family’s commitment to Adoration of Our Lord.
How I Get a Key
As the Adoration Chapel is open 24 hours a day and seven days of a week, electronic key cards are available at the parish office during regular business hours (8am-4pm, Monday-Friday). If that does not work with your schedule, please contact us at 309-682-8642 or firstname.lastname@example.org to make other arrangements.
When he returned to his disciples he found them asleep. He said to Peter, “You could not keep watch with me for one hour? ” –Matthew 26:40
Perpetual Adorers commit to a regular weekly hour of prayer to adore our Lord and to pray for souls.
If you would like to sign up for an hour of prayer once-a-week, please submit the below form. Some couples and families share their holy hour time with another family and they rotate every other week. We do have substitutes available if you need to miss your holy hour. For a list of Current available times, click here or contact Jenny Witt.
Adoration Chapel Form
“With all prayer and supplication, pray at every opportunity in the Spirit.” -Ephesians 6:18
If you would like to pray for the intentions of our parishioners, please complete the form below. You will receive notifications via email of the list of intentions from our “Parish Prayer Chain.”
We want to pray with and for you. If you or a loved one are in need of prayer and would like to be prayed with, please contact the pastor. If you would like to submit your prayer request our parish prayer team and the daily Mass will offer your prayer intentions. These can be submitted anonymously as well.