Perpetual Adoration Information (EWTN Link)
It is important to having all spots filled, especially the early morning hours and the late night hours filled with two Adorers. Realizing, that this is not an easy task, we asked everybody to work on solutions: ask a friend, a family member, a co-worker, to come and sign up for one of these critical hours, or come with you, if you are not comfortable with being there all by yourself. To further lighten up this situation was the fact, that Fr. David had an Alarm System installed, which brings the Police right to the Chapel after you push one of the buttons, located at the entrance door and at the Emergency Exit a t the chapel room. There is working telephone in the bed room across from the chapel, to be used for Emergency calls only.
Attendance continues to be a concern. Please be diligent in attending or getting/providing a backup. Make your arrangements early if possible, ask the people around your schedule (in all directions) for help, call your hourly coordinator, your division leader, the Substitute Coordinator or Anita.
Please pay attention when signing up for your Holy Hour: if you are a committed Adorer, use that signup sheet. If you are a guest, please use the guest sheet..You are also a guest when you come outside your committed hour. Confusion arises when we transfer the sign-in sheets to another ledger designed for the Bishop.
Please review and use your Adorers Information Packet, which has an answer to all your questions. It says in there among other things:
- be on time
- always have replacements ready
- check your messages
- check the board in the chapel
- sign in at the right sheet
- say your prayers quietly
- communicate, communicate, communicate
- Communicate to not make extra work for the Pastor
- no eating, drinking, cell phones, sleeping
- use common sense for all we do
- Do not do to others, what you do not want done to you.
if you bring books into the Library, do not put them into the shelves; they will be marked and put into place by one of our Librarians. Do not bring publications from other organizations, please.