Aleteia logoAleteia logo
Friday 23 July |
Saint of the Day: St. Bridget of Sweden
home iconSpirituality
line break icon

Where to watch Eucharistic adoration online



Philip Kosloski - published on 03/28/20

When you are stuck at home and unable to visit a Catholic church, there are still opportunities to gaze at Jesus.

During this recent crisis, many Eucharistic adoration chapels have had to shut down. This has been a heavy cross for many to bear, as time spent in Eucharistic adoration is a beautiful way to gaze at Jesus Christ.


Read more:
Watch Sunday Mass online on these websites

Catholics believe that “The Eucharistic presence of Christ begins at the moment of the consecration and endures as long as the Eucharistic species subsist” (CCC 1377). This means that as long as the Sacred Host is intact and possesses the physical properties of bread, the Real Presence of Jesus Christ, body, blood, soul and divinity, remain. Praying before the Eucharist, then, is praying before the presence of Jesus Christ.

Thankfully, technology allows us to view and pray before the Eucharistic Lord, through live video feeds set up in chapels around the world. Here are a few that remain open during this present pandemic.

1Chapel of Divine Love in Philadelphia, PA

The Holy Spirit Adoration Sisters continue to adore the Lord in perpetual adoration, and a live feed can be accessed on their website.

2Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church in Doral, FL

This parish church in Doral, Florida has an adoration chapel with a

3Tyburn Convent, London

The Benedictine Adorers of the Sacred Heart of Jesus of Montmartre continue their perpetual adoration in their chapel, which can be viewed in a live feed online.


Read more:
4 Incredible Eucharistic miracles that defy scientific explanation

CoronavirusDevotions and Feasts
Support Aleteia!

If you’re reading this article, it’s thanks to the generosity of people like you, who have made Aleteia possible.

Here are some numbers:

  • 20 million users around the world read every month
  • Aleteia is published every day in seven languages: English, French, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Polish, and Slovenian
  • Each month, readers view more than 50 million pages
  • Nearly 4 million people follow Aleteia on social media
  • Each month, we publish 2,450 articles and around 40 videos
  • We have 60 full time staff and approximately 400 collaborators (writers, translators, photographers, etc.)

As you can imagine, these numbers represent a lot of work. We need you.

Support Aleteia with as little as $1. It only takes a minute. Thank you!

Daily prayer
And today we celebrate...

Top 10
Kathleen N. Hattrup
2 Bible verses when you’re weary down to the soul
Cerith Gardiner
8 Powerful quotes from Nightbirde that will fill you with hope
John Burger
Alumni sue after this Catholic saint’s name was removed fro...
J-P Mauro
Italian police dressed as priests nab scammers disguised as cardi...
Daniel Esparza
Who are the cherubim in the Bible?
Blessed Carlo Acutis
J-P Mauro
The Diocese of Brooklyn acquires first-class relic of Bl. Carlo A...
Philip Kosloski
Why is Latin the official language of the Church, instead of Aram...
See More
Get Aleteia delivered to your inbox. Subscribe here.