The St Joseph Adoration Chapel was established with a celebration by his excellency Bishop Frances Kalabat on Saturday, November 16, 2019. this project was led by Father Patrick Setto with the help and prayers of our Mother of God Parishioners. The Chapel is open for adorations and prayers 24/7, the access code is 2533#

Thursday Perpetual Adoration

Let us adore the King of Kings, Christ The Lord!

 “This is my body, which will be given for you; do this in memory of me.” Luke 22:19

Schedule one hour of Adoration on Thursdays from 6 am-9 pm.



Opening Song

O Sacrament Most Holy

O, Sacrament Divine!

All praise and all thanksgiving

be every moment Thine! (Repeat 3 times)

Opening Prayer to the Blessed Sacrament

My Lord Jesus Christ, it is Your great love for us that keeps You day and night present in the Blessed Sacrament, full of compassion and love, waiting for us to visit You. I believe that You are really present in the Sacrament of the Altar. From the depth of my heart, I adore You and I thank You for the many graces You have given me especially for the gift of Yourself in this Sacrament, for the gift of Your most holy Mother as my Mother, and for the privilege of visiting You in this church at this time.

My Jesus, I love You with all my heart. I am sorry for my ingratitude and I now resolve, with the help of Your grace, never to offend You again. I consecrate my entire self to You, my thoughts, my feelings, and all that I have. From now on, do whatever You want with me. All I ask for is Your love and strength to do Your Holy Will.


I adore You, Bread from Heaven.

I adore You, Bread of Angels.

I adore You, My Jesus, truly present in the Blessed Sacrament.

(Pause for Silent Adoration)

I adore You, Jesus, my true life because You died for love of me.

I adore You, Jesus, Divine Light because You show me the way to heaven.

I adore You, Jesus, Divine Lamb. Who takes away the sin of the world.

(Pause for Silent Adoration)

My God and Savior Jesus Christ, true God and true Man,

I finally believe that You are really and bodily present in the Blessed Sacrament of the Altar.

From the very depths of my heart, I adore You.

(Pause for Silent Adoration)

Litany of Adoration

Response: I adore You, O Jesus.

You are in the Holy Eucharist, Body and Blood, Soul and Divinity. (R)

You are My Lord and My God. (R)

You are the Second Person of the Blessed Trinity. (R)

You are both God and Man. (R)

You come to me in Holy Communion. (R)

You are always in the tabernacle. (R)

You take away our sins by the Sacrifice of the Cross. (R)

You obtain grace for us by the Cross. (R)

You offer Yourself for us in the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass. (R)

(Pause for Silent Adoration)

Think of Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament.

Speak to Our Lord in your own words.

Make a promise to Jesus.


My Jesus, I am sorry for my sins. I am sorry for the times I have offended You. Help me to tum away from sin. Help me to live more like You every day.

Litany of Contrition

Response: I am sorry, Jesus

For loving things more than You. (R)

For those, who do not attend Sunday Mass. (R)

For lack of respect for the name of God. (R)

For lack of respect for parents and authority. (R)

For attacks against life. (R)

For attacks against marriage and family. (R)

For offending You. (R)

For offending my neighbor. (R)

For offending those I love. (R)

In Your presence, we pray: I confess to Almighty God. ..

(Pause to ask Jesus’ help to turn away from the sin you commit most often.)


Jesus, I thank You for the gift of my life and for every moment I live. I thank You for my parents, my family, my relatives, and my friends.

Jesus, I thank You for the gift of faith, the grace of my baptism, the forgiveness of my sins, the gift ofreceivlOg Your Body and Blood in the Eucharist. I thank You for the priests, religious, and teachers You send to me.

Litany of Thanksgiving

Response: Jesus, we thank You.

Because You are in the Holy Eucharist. (R)

Because You offer Yourself in Holy Mass. (R)

Because You come to us in Holy Communion. (R)

Because of Your great love for us. (R)

Because of Your great goodness to us. (R)

Because You remain always in the tabernacle. (R)

Because You understand us. (R)

Because You love us. (R)

Because every gift comes from You. (R)

Jesus, because of Your Dear Sacred Heart. (R)

(Pause to Thank Jesus of your blessings.)


Jesus, I pray for peace in the world, in my family, and in my heart. I ask You to bless my family and friends. I ask You to bless the poor and the homeless, the sick and the dying. I ask You to send more priests and religious, to bless our Pope, and to protect the church from all harm.

Litany of Supplication

Response: Hear us, O Jesus.

For our Holy Father, the bishops, priests, and religious. (R)

For our President and all political leaders. (R)

For our parents. (R)

For peace in the world. (R)

For all missionaries. (R)

For vocations. (R)

For respect for life. (R)

For holy families. (R)

For the sick and the dying. (R)

For the needs of the church. (R)

For those, who have fallen away from the church. (R)

(Pause to mention your special needs to Jesus.)

Prayer for Vocation

Father in Heaven, we give you thanks for sending Your Son, Jesus Christ, into the world to be our Lord, Savior, and High Priest.

We believe that, in the power of the Holy Spirit, Jesus won for us the gift of eternal life by His Sacrifice on the Cross.

We believe that Jesus renews this Sacrifice in the Holy Eucharist, through the ministry of His priests.

Father, we earnestly beseech you to raise up holy priests in your Church. Grant young men the strength to accept generously the call to the priesthood. May they joyfully give their lives so that all your people can receive your holy Word and Sacraments, especially the Holy Eucharist, the great gift of the Body and Blood of your Son, Jesus Christ, our Lord, Savior, and High Priest, in whose name we make our prayer. Amen.

Closing Prayer (Divine Praises)

Blessed be God. Blessed be His Holy Name. Blessed be Jesus Christ, true God, and true Man. Blessed be the Name of Jesus. Blessed be His Most Sacred Heart. Blessed be His Most Precious Blood. Blessed be Jesus in the Most Holy Sacrament of the Altar. Blessed be the Holy Spirit, the Paraclete. Blessed be the great Mother ofGod, Mary most holy. Blessed be her holy and Immaculate Conception. Blessed be her glorious Assumption. Blessed be the name of Mary, Virgin, and Mother. Blessed be St. Joseph, her most chaste spouse. Blessed be God, in His angels and in His saints.

Closing Song (Same as Opening Song)

Office Location

25585 Berg Rd, Southfield, MI 48033

Office Hours

M-F: 8:00 am – 4:00 pm