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Eucharistic Adoration

Given the many challenges teenagers face as they navigate these important years, Holy Family Catholic Schools invites you to support your child in yet another way: by praying for them during Eucharistic Adoration.

The Adoration Schedule

Eucharistic Adoration, a common devotional at Catholic high schools, will be offered in the Wahlert Catholic/Mazzuchelli Catholic chapel from 7:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. each Monday that school is in session. If you are able to commit to a time, which will ensure we will be able to have Adoration on our campus every week, we invite you to sign up here. If you are unable to sign up, you are always welcome to drop in to spend time in prayer when you are on campus.

What is Eucharistic Adoration?

Eucharistic Adoration is time spent in the presence of the Blessed Sacrament giving praise and thanks - in silence. During Adoration, the Eucharistic host is exposed and participants have a conversation with Jesus, pray the rosary or reflect on Scripture or other spiritual reading. As with any form of prayer, Adoration directs us inward, to the joy of a deeper relationship with God, and outward, to a more selfless love of others. Pope Francis said, "Jesus speaks in the silence of the mystery of the Eucharist."

Click here for a document further explaining Eucharistic Adoration.

Questions about Eucharistic Adoration?


Amy Freund (, Parent Coordinator

Fr. Andy Upah (, Wahlert Catholic/Mazzuchelli Catholic Chaplain

Katie Jones (, Wahlert Catholic Campus Minister

Phil Bormann (, Holy Family Chief Administrator

If you are able to commit to a time, please click the link below.