The practice of Adoration of Jesus Christ in the Eucharist began in the 11th century, and remains a common practice of Catholic Christian devotion to the present day. Eucharistic Adoration is rooted the belief of the Real Presence of Christ in the Eucharist. Adorers seek to draw closer to Christ through their time spent with Him.
Members of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul, in the tradition of the Society’s founder, Blessed Frederic Ozanam, draw fruit from the source and summit of the Christian life, the Eucharist. Vincentians adore the Eucharist to bring themselves closer to Christ, strengthen their charity, and more firmly commit themselves to the poor they serve.
The Society of St. Vincent de Paul Dayton District Council invites you to participate in the Adoration of our Lord, who inspires us to lead lives of holiness.
St. Vincent de Paul Chapel
124 W Apple St. Dayton, OH 45402
Enter through the main entrance (through security) and turn right. Proceed through the double glass doors. The St. Vincent de Paul chapel will be down the hall on the left.
Please consider committing to a weekly slot, yet if you are unable, please join us for Adoration when you can!
Fill out the form below to commit to a weekly Adoration slot: