This "ancient" practice has been going on for twenty+ years in our Novus Ordo parish 24/7. And yes, I'm gratified to see that is it catching on in many other places.
wonderful news! I was really surprised to learn how supportive infamous Bishop Flynn has been of Adoration.
This is a clear response by the faithful to the attempt made by the Catholic hierarchy to suppress the dogma of the Real Presence.
LOL! Someone at AP doesn't know much about Catholicism.
Once again, the Holy Father shows the way.
Augusta GA, is not a huge metropolis but we have 2 parishes in this area with 24/7 perpetual adoration. One is in its 8th year.
Not surprisingly, vocations are flourishing.
Our Parish has had a "Perpetual Adoration" Chapel for more than 20 years.
With the exception of a few brief periods each day, Our Lord in the Most Blessed Sacrament is presented live via webcam from the Chapel of Divine Love in Philadelphia, PA - a source of perpetual Eucharistic adoration by the Holy Spirit Adoration Sisters since 1916.
Not that I doubt the good intentions of the sisters, but it kind of creeps me out in that there is no way to know if one is behaving reverently in front of their computer screen.
As though it hasn't been going on for years.
Our retiring archbishop has been a force for good orthodox teaching and practice here. The new man has quite a big set of shoes to fill.
Our parish's monstrance. No Perpetual Adoration here, but First Fridays and various special occasions like the Two Hearts devotion.
Very inspiring. Thank you for posting this. Being a clunky old convert, it strengthens my heart to be a part of such a community. Those who take the time and have the mind and heart to show such devotion to the Lord are truly people of Faith. The Lenten season is approaching so this is a good time for all of us to renew our commitment to be faithful to Him who has shown such faith and devotion to us.