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Upper Room Adoration is a Holy Hour before the Lord present in the Eucharist. Featuring praise and worship music, guided meditation and periods of sacred silence, Upper Room Adoration is a unique and prayerful way to bring the ancient practice of Eucharistic Adoration to a new generation of Catholics.
 
Our vision is the proliferation of Eucharistic Adoration throughout the world. As Catholics we believe the Eucharist is the source and summit of our lives. In adoration we develop a healthy hunger for Christ, longing to receive Him at the Sacred Banquet of the Mass where we are fed with the Body and Blood of our Lord, to give us strength to be Christ in the world.
On this website, you can learn more about the practice of Eucharistic Adoration, and Upper Room Adoration specifically, and you can even learn more about how to bring Upper Room Adoration to your parish. Are you having a parish mission , retreat or another special event that could be enhanced by a unique Eucharistic Adoration experience? Or are you looking to reinvigorate the practice of Eucharistic Adoration at your parish, school or mission? We can help!
Read our latest blog post:

Adoration in Communion and Song, by Patrick Murphy

As I walked into the chapel and slipped into the back pew, something strange happened. I got a double-take.

 

With my plain black t-shirt and a face for radio, I thought the elderly woman glancing at me, and then whipping around to stare was a little odd. I mean sure, at 32 years old I’m probably about half the age of the typical occupant of a perpetual adoration chapel, but I couldn't be that out of place, could I?

 

Then I noticed the elephant I brought with me into the room, or better put – the instrument. 


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