St. Thomas More’s Perpetual Adoration of the Eucharist began under the guidance of Rev. Michael Walsh, pastor, along with twenty devoted STM parishioners inspired by the dedication and leadership of parishioner, Ed Murphy.
The Oratory of the Blessed Sacrament was dedicated for perpetual adoration of the Eucharistic on Saturday, August 14, 1993 by Cardinal Jean-Marie Lustiger, Archdiocese of Paris, France during the celebration of World Youth Day with Pope John Paul II. This chapel was located near the high school Youth Center.
Our current chapel was built in 2008 under the direction of Rev. Andrew Kemberling. The increased size and proximity to the Sanctuary of our church has enhanced the blessings flowing from all those who visit here.
St. Thomas More’s Adoration Chapel is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The chapel’s entrance is near the Memorial Garden on the west side of the church.
Prayerfully consider spending an hour each week in adoration. To sign up to become an adorer or to see the hours that are in need of additional adorers, visit the We Adore Him website: centennial.weadorehim.com.