Perpetual Adoration



The Blessed Sacrament will be exposed  until further notice in the Daily Mass Chapel from 7:00am until 9:00pm Monday through Saturday, and on Sunday after the 12:30pm Mass, until 9:00pm.  The Adoration chapel will be closed until further notice.  

   All are welcome to come to the chapel between these hours and pray.  During this time of uncertainty, prayers are needed, so if you have an hour scheduled outside of the church hours, and can come to church between 7:00am to 9:00pm, please stop in and help the ministry pray for resolution to this pandemic.

 If any members of the Adoration Society have any questions please e-mail

 Or call Eileen 215-313-9259Come to the St. Bede Adoration Chapel for peace. Come to thank God for all the blessings He showers upon you and your family. Come to the chapel with your needs, petitions and problems. Come to the chapel and you will feel refreshed, strengthened, and better able to deal with life’s challenges.

Our Risen Savior Jesus Christ, fully present in the Blessed Sacrament, is waiting there for you. He is not looking to judge, but to heal! His arms are opened wide to give us His Merciful Love, which is beyond all understanding.

The St. Bede Adoration Society is always looking for new adorers to commit to one hour of adoration eachweek or to become a prayer partner (two hours a month). You do not have to be a member of the St. Bede Adoration Society to visit the Chapel.

Eileen and Lou Pettinelli

If you have any questions click on this frequently asked questions link.  If you would like to sign up for a slot, go online to our sign up sheet  You are also feel free to contact Eileen and Lou Pettinelli at

Additional substitute adorers are also always welcome.

Important Information for New Members!

Substitute Adorer Information

Hourly Coordinator responsibilities


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