"In my Father’s house there are many dwelling places, if there were not, would I have told you that I am going to prepare a place for you." ~ John 14:2

Jesus was using this language for marriage.  Back then, the bridegroom would prepare a place for his bride during their year long engagement.  He would then return to her father’s house and take her home so that the two may fulfill the vows they made.

In the Eucharist, two become one flesh: the bridegroom, Jesus, and his bride, the Church. Jesus desires to remain with us and in eucharistic adoration we have the opportunity to remain with Him.

A glass enclosure of the adoration chapel was donated by a parishioner in memory of his wife.  The completion of the adoration chapel was made possible through their love and marriage.

At St. Anna Parish, Eucharistic Adoration is held on Tuesdays from 8am to 4pm. You may visit with Jesus and pray, or you may sign up to stay an hour and help us keep this wonderful devotion alive.   If you are able to help, please contact Kathy Kelly.

Stained Glass Gallery

  • 3 fish
  • candles 2
  • candles
  • lock keys
  • wheat2
  • cross
  • dove
  • grapes
  • ten commandments
  • wheat