This is the Adoration Chapel at my old church - in which I am now spending many blessed hours a week.
How is everyone's lent going? I guess we are half-way through. I love Lent. It leads to Easter, the holiest day of the year.
The most amazing thing about this Lent has been spending so much time at Adoration. I really only said I would go to mass *or* adoration because I didn't think I could get to mass every day. And truly, I can't. But I have found the hours at adoration to be life changing.
Obviously, for what adoration is.
But then also, to have the experience of showing up at different Adoration Chapels throughout the city and finding they are full at 7 a.m., or noon, or 5:00 p.m. Usually full of silent people who are very devoutly praying. To share silence with Jesus and others for an hour is something I can't even put to words. If you have never spent any time at Eucharistic Adoration, please try it. I don't think it is hyperbole to say that it will change your life.
There were other things I did for Lent that I am too tired to write about now. This is one of the more fruitful Lents of my life. It is good.