During his Homily in Knock for the recent Adoremus Conference at Knock, Ireland’s National Marian Shrine, Archbishop Eamon Martin described the Eucharist as the Church’s “most precious possession”. The conference was organised by members of the Apostolate of Eucharistic Adoration.
Acknowledging the decline in religious practice, priestly vocations and the number of Masses, Archbishop Martin said: “In the future, when weekday and even Sunday Mass is not available, some of you might be formed to lead a period of guided adoration with prayers, praise and sharing of the Word of God.”
Here we are able to bring you a full range of Talks, Testimonies and Homilies from the Adoermus Eucharistic and Marian Pilgrimage to Knock. You can listen to our EWTN Knock radio Coverage here: http://www.ewtnireland.com/celtic-connections-archive/
The conference featured contributions by John Howard, James Mahon, Meabh Carlin and Antoinette Moynihan as well as Bishop of Waterford and Lismore, Alphonsus Cullinan as well as keynote speaker Fr. Patrick Cahill from Holy Family Mission, Tipperary.
The Apostolate of Eucharistic Adoration is an association of lay devotees of the Blessed Sacrament. Its mission is to assist parishes and dioceses to develop weekly Eucharistic adoration.
EWTN Ireland wish to thank Eist Audio Ireland for their kind permission to use three recorded talks from the Adoremus Eucharistic conference at Knock.