The Catholic Church promotes and endorses perpetual Eucharistic adoration and Eucharistic adoration.

“Thank you for your evangelical work promoting Eucharistic Adoration.  It is a grace for the Church. You have my encouragement and blessing.” – St. John Paul II to the Apostolate of Eucharistic Adoration

“I heartily recommend to the Church’s pastors and to the People of God the practice of Eucharistic adoration, both individually and in community.”  “I would like to encourage those associations of the faithful, specifically devoted to Eucharistic adoration; they serve as a leaven of contemplation for the whole Church and a summons to individuals to place Christ at the centre of their lives.” – Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI, Promotion of Continuous Adoration in the diocese

“Adoring the God of Jesus Christ, who out of love made himself bread broken, is the most effective and radical remedy against the idolatry of the past and of the present…. We Christians kneel only before God or before the Most Blessed Sacrament because we know and believe that the one true God is present in it, the God who created the world and so loved it that he gave his Only Begotten Son (cf. Jn 3: 16).” – Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI, Corpus Christi Homily

“The Holy Father prays that everyone who prays and adores the Lord Jesus Christ in the Blessed Sacrament will receive abundant graces from their encounter with Him. The Holy Father entrusts everyone associated with the Apostolate of Eucharistic Adoration to the protection of the Blessed Virgin Mary, that she may guide them always towards her Son, Jesus, the Bread of Life. Pope Francis, as a sign of his love and appreciation for the work of the Apostolate of Eucharistic Adoration, gladly imparts his Apostolic Blessing.” – Message to the Apostolate of Eucharistic Adoration IE

“We can deepen our awareness of God’s presence in our midst; in the sacraments and particularly in the Eucharist, in Scripture, through sacrifice and prayer, in adoration and ecclesial communion and through testimony and evangelization.” – Bishop Brendan O’Brien, President Emeritus of the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops

Parishes and coordinators that we have assisted have provided us with a large collection of letters of endorsement. 

Upon request, some of these internal letters of recommendation for our organization can be provided.

Pope John Paul II ordered Servant of God Fr. John A. Hardon SJ, an apostle of the Eucharist in our modern times, to do everything possible to spread, preserve and restore faith in the Real Presence.  We work in collaboration with The Real Presence Eucharistic Education & Adoration Association that he co-founded.  We utilize only faithful resources, including the ecclesiastically approved Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration Manual:

Copies of other letters from our dossier:

Letter Cardinal Gagnon

Letter Bishop Bombay

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Letter Bishop Germany


Letter of blessing from Bishop of Astana

Letter Bishop Baltimore

Archbishop MIchael Miller

Letter Bishop India

Other General endorsements of adoration:

“We must regain the ability to adore Christ in the Most Holy Eucharist if we are to bring the men and women of the twenty-first century to faith in Jesus Christ.”

– Bishop Dominique Rey

“When we participate in His loving presence, made present in the Eucharist, we begin to live with the same divine life that He shares with His heavenly Father.”

– Most Rev. Raymond Roussin, when he was Archbishop of Vancouver BC

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