Dear Brothers and Sisters in the Communion of the Body of Christ:
Do you ever spend an hour in the Church in the presence of Jesus Christ in the Eucharist?
This tradition of a “Holy Hour” is very common when a parish offers Eucharistic Adoration (or “Exposition” of the Eucharist in a Monstrance for displaying the consecrated Body of Christ). But a Holy Hour may be made in any church, even when Eucharistic Adoration is not taking place.
I have compiled the following booklet for the purposes of holy hours organized by Knights of Columbus in our churches.
While the booklet came about because of the strong encouragement of the Knights of Columbus Supreme Council, that men in local councils would schedule, advertise, and lead group holy hours in their parish churches, all the contents in this book are entirely appropriate for private prayer.
You may download the booklet, and print it in various formats, for your personal use at home, or your personal or communal use for a Holy Hour in a Catholic Church.
God bless you!
In Christ, with Mary,
Father Timothy Naples
Knight of Columbus, State Chaplain