Praise & Worship in the Real Presence of Christ

        Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament is held in a sacred space --
       Saint Catherine of Sienna Adortion Chapel

Sundays through Fridays  8:30AM to 8:00PM
Closed Saturdays

Closed Holy Thursday and reopens Easter Monday

Due to CoVid19 pandemic we follow the Guidelines & Directives from Diocese of Rockville Centre, New York State and Health Officials and currently have limited hours!  At this time wearing a mask (facial covering) is optional; however, all should respect one another and consider own safety and safety of others. Use common sense in practicing social distancing while in the Chapel.

Our Perpetual Adoration Chapel had previously been open for faithful adorers 24 hours a day, 365 days a year with some exceptions due to special holy days, celebrations or severe inclement weather prior to Coronavirus pandemic. Due to Coronavirus there are been a change in access.

In our Adoration Chapel the Real Presence of Christ is in exposition throughout regular Perpetual Adoration hours; the Blessed Sacrament is held in a monstrance for all to view.  All Adorers maintain proper reverence and respect for Our Lord while in His Presence throughout the exposition of the Blessed Sacrament.  When Adoration Chapel open, all are welcome to spend time with Jesus Christ in silent prayer.   

Individuals pray in silience throughout the day and evening; however, there may be guided meditation and prayer on a very special occasion.  We have an active Adoration Ministry and our volunteer Adoration Ministry Captains provide leadership to ensure there are two or more Regular Adorers, also known as Guardians, in the Real Presence of Christ throughout Eucharistic Adoration and Exposition during the day and throughout the night. 

Our Parish may have Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament as part of a special celebration in our Church, at our Saint Catherine of Sienna Chapel in the Sienna Center or in the Holy Family Prayer Room on Lower Level of Sienna Center.  Such occasions may include the National Night of Prayer for Life (usually on the Feast of the Immaculate Conception) and consists of Benediction, more formal public prayers, scripture readings, songs and blessing.

The Saint Catherine of Sienna Perpetual Adoration Chapel is located
in Building C West with entrance on Lutz Street, Franklin Square. 
We invite family, friends and faithful to spend time in silent prayer with Christ.

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