The permanent Eucharistic presence is an invitation to prayer. Much more than images or statues, it attracts the contemplative gaze, while images or statues evoke the absent person. The Blessed Sacrament is the sign of the real presence of Christ.
On the part of Christ, this presence signifies the most extreme gift he has given of himself, a gift by which he has become permanently at the disposal of those who would like to receive him. Those who are sensitive to the revelation of divine love are particularly happy with this presence and wish to adore it.
Eucharistic adoration is the most concrete form of the worship of God; the gaze on the Most Holy Eucharist is very close to the divine presence.
The Eucharistic presence intends to give to those who recognize it the divine wealth, more precisely the abundance of the gifts of the Holy Spirit that Christ wants to spread in humanity: light, strength, love, peace and joy. All that the Christ of the Gospel wants to bring for a transformation of human existence, he gives it profusely by the Eucharist.
To adore you
When we adore You, make us realize that it is a mission.
We adore You Jesus, in the name of Your Church, on behalf of all men and women.
We adore You for those who do not have the time nor the desire, and for those who would like to pray to You more often but do not.
We adore You, united to all those who adore Thee: with them we want to fulfill the destiny of our human heart which is made to belong to You.
We adore You, knowing that we have received this grace for others, and that as privileged, we must share with humanity.
We present You with a fervent homage all of creation, offering our voice to all nature that adores You in silence.