“Good friends find pleasure in one another’s company. Let us know pleasure in the company of our best Friend, a Friend who can do everything for us, a Friend who loves us beyond measure. Here in the Blessed Sacrament we can talk to Him straight from the heart.” – St. Alphonsus Liguouri

St. Clement is the dedicated Eucharistic Shrine for the Archdiocese of Boston with Adoration as the primary mission. Our Adoration tradition has been maintained throughout the years by adorers who commit to spending at least one hour of their week in front of the Blessed Sacrament. Since the pandemic we have struggled to fill our Adoration hours with scheduled adorers, leaving holes throughout the day. Starting April 21st, we are now using a new sign-up and scheduling system. Our goal by June 2024 is to have scheduled adorers for all hours of the day 7am-8pm. Please prayerfully consider signing up for a weekly Holy Hour. Please email qcunningham@omvusa.org with questions.


Where Can You Go to Eucharistic Adoration?

Join us for Eucharistic Adoration at St. Clement’s Eucharistic Shrine. Anyone can come to adore! Sign up for an hour to join us in worshiping the Eucharist. To ensure that the Blessed Sacrament is never left unattended, we depend on those who are able to dedicate an hour to Eucharistic Adoration once a week on an ongoing basis.

It’s an experience that will leave you feeling at peace with God and helps to provide a constant, spiritual powerhouse for the needs of our community, country and world.

Prayers for Adoration

Not sure how to fill a Holy Hour of Eucharistic Adoration? Explore our adoration resources for materials to help you pray during a Holy Hour of Eucharistic Adoration, including guides for Holy Hour, Rosary and Chaplet of Divine Mercy.

On weekdays during the academic year, the Oblates of the Virgin Mary and their seminarians pray Morning Prayer. They also hold a daily holy hour in the early evening, which includes a recitation of the Rosary and Evening Prayer.

A Word From a Parishioner

“The only thing comparable to sacramental Communion is Eucharistic Adoration…if you desire graces, discernment and holiness, come to St. Clement.” — Mark, St. Clement Shrine Parishioner

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We would like to thank all of you who have supported Eucharistic Adoration with your prayers and donations these past few years. Help us grow our Eucharistic Adoration program or offer a prayer intention by making an online donation.