The Chapel is now open 24 hours - 7 days a week
with your commitments!

Thank you for your commitment to OUR LORD!

(Matthew, Chapter 26, Verse 40)

We are counting on you to keep your commitments.
Several hours are still available due to
job changes, illness, and moving.
Maybe the Lord is calling you to a New Year’s “Hour.”
Please call for the hour of your choice.
Any time at (626) 281-0466.
Thank you for your commitment to OUR LORD!

What is the Eucharistic Adoration Visit?
It is the meeting of our soul
and all our being with Jesus.


It is the creature meeting his Creator;
The disciple before the Divine Master.
The patient with the Doctor of souls;
The poor one appealing to the rich One;
The thirsty one drinking at the Font;
The weak one presenting himself to the Almighty;
The tempted one seeking a sure Refuge;
The blind one searching for the light;
The friend who goes to the True Friend;
The lost sheep sought by the divine Shepherd;
The heart led astray who finds the Way;
The foolish one who finds Wisdom;
The bridge who finds the Spouse of the soul;
The nothing who finds the All;
The afflicted who finds the Consoler;
The youth who finds life’s meaning;

It is the shepherds at the manager, Magdalene at the house of Simon, Nicodemus who arrives by night.
It is the holy conversations of the Samaritan, of Zacchaeus, of Philip and of all the apostles with Jesus, especially during the last week of his earthly life and after the resurrection.
One approaches Jesus as the Mediator between God and humanity, as the Priest of the Father, as the Victim of expiation,
as the Messiah come to the earth, as the Word of God, the Shepherd, the Way and Truth and Life, the Savior of the Word.

"Everyone has blessings. The foolish person squanders them, the practical person counts them,
and the good person shares them.” — Anonymous

"If we pause for a moment to consider what takes place in this Sacrament, I am sure that the thought of Christ's love for us would transform the coldness of our hearts into a fire of love
and gratitude .” —
St. Angela

"Christ held Himself in His hands when He gave His Body to His disciples saying: 'This is My Body.' No one partakes of this Flesh before he has adored it." —
St. Augustine

"Recognize in this bread what hung on the cross, and in this chalice what flowed from His side... whatever was in many and varied ways announced beforehand in the sacrifices of the Old Testament pertains to this one sacrifice which is revealed in the New Testament." —
St. Augustine

"What happiness do we not feel in the Presence of God, when we are alone at His feet... Redouble your fervor; you are alone to adore your God; His eyes rest upon you alone." --St. John Vianney

"When the Sisters are exhausted, up to their eyes in work; when all seems to go awry, they spend an hour in prayer before the Blessed Sacrament. This practice has never failed to bear fruit: they experience peace and strength." --Blessed Mother Teresa

"How sweet, the presence of Jesus to the longing, harassed soul! It is instant peace, and balm to every wound." --St. Elizabeth Seton

"To converse with You, O King of glory, no third person is needed, You are always ready in the Sacrament of the Altar to give audience to all. All who desire You always find You there, and converse with You face to face." --St. Teresa of Avila