Opportunities Around the Diocese

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The Eucharist in Our Lives | Men’s Retreat

August 9-10
Notre Dame Retreat House
5151 Foster Road Canandaigua, NY

Men are invited to a transformative 24-hour retreat experience focused on “The Eucharist in Our Lives”. This retreat, designed specifically for men of faith, will provide an opportunity for spiritual growth, deep reflection, and communal sharing. Retreatants will be blessed by guided reflections from Father Ed Palumbos (senior preist in the Diocese of Rochester) engaging in meaningful discussions, and quiet reflection. Comfortable accomodations and meals are included in the cost of the retreat. 

For more information about the retreat, click here.

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Perpetual Adoration

Former St. James Convent Chapel
130 Brett Road Rochester, NY

Peace of Christ Parish is collecting the names of those interested in participating in Perpetual Adoration in the St. James Convent Chapel. People interested in signing up for a time slot, can fill out one of the slips of paper available at the doors of each church in the parish and drop it in a collection box or click the link below.

For more information about Perpetual Adoration, click here.

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St. Bernard’s on the Road

St. Bernard’s School of Theology & Ministry has re-launched of a legacy program of the institution: St. Bernard’s on the Road! St. Bernard’s on the Road provides interactive presentations by the institution’s faculty for parish adult faith enrichment and formation programs. Presentations cover a variety of topics including “Saints Who Loved the Eucharist” with Ms. Lisa Lickona, S.T.L. and “Mary and the Eucharist” with Dr. Matthew Kuhner.

For more information about St. Bernard’s on the Road, click here.

Nocturnal Adoration Prayer Vigils

The Nocturnal Adoration Society sponsors monthly prayer vigils at several parishes in the Diocese of Rochester. The hour-long prayer vigils are a special adaptation of The Liturgy of the Hours and include exposition of the Blessed Sacrament, psalms, scripture, spiritual readings, prayers, and silent adoration. A preview of the Office of the Blessed Sacrament prayer book can be found here.
For locations & times, click here.

More Eucharistic Revival Opportunities Coming Soon!

If you would like your opportunity featured here, contact Mark Capellazzi at Mark.Capellazzi@dor.org.