Implementing Eucharistic Adoration in Your Parish


Basic Catholic Teaching


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What is Eucharistic Adoration?


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Our lives here on earth can be described as a constant journey to the home of the Father. The love of our Heavenly Father is ever reaching out for His wayward children and the greatest sign of His love was shown 2000 years ago when He sent His son, Jesus, to show us the way back to the Father.

We show our love for Jesus Christ by doing His will. We do His will by following and living by all the authentic faith and moral teachings of the Catholic Church. "Journey to Our Father Ministries" is helping to bring people back to these authentic teachings of the Catholic Church, and to develop a closer more loving and holy relationship with their God; obtain peace, holiness and happiness in their everyday lives; and attain eternal salvation with their loving God in the next world.

All material within our publications is quoted from solid Catholic sources which have an Imprimatur/Nihil Obstat. A copy of the Imprimatur/Nihil Obstat page from each source is available upon request.


Jim and Barbara Wasel have been involved in Catholic Adult Education for many years, and are founders of Journey To Our Father Ministries. As part of their ministry, they publish and distribute short and concise educational materials on basic Catholic teachings, such as the real presence of Jesus Christ in the Holy Eucharist, understanding the meaning of the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass, Reconciling ourselves with God through Confession, the many benefits and present-day necessity of Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration, and praying the Chaplet of Divine Mercy for the sick and dying.

They are authors of the book entitled "Jesus Unveils His True Presence Within the Holy Eucharist", and also publish a newsletter called "Eucharistic Holiness" several times each year. They are the coordinators of Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration in their home parish of Assumption Catholic Church in Jacksonville, Florida, and are avid promoters of Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration, believing that it is the key to bringing peace and holiness to all the people of this world.


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