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“The worship of the Eucharist outside of the Mass is of inestimable value for the life of the Church.”

Saint Pope John Paul II


“Remain in me, as I remain in you. Just as a branch cannot bear fruit on its own unless it remains on the vine, so neither can you unless you remain in me. As the Father loves me, so I ALSO LOVE YOU. Remain in my love.” JESUS CHRIST (John 15:4, 9)


what is Magnify?

mag·ni·fy
/ˈmaɡnəˌfī/
verb
extol; glorify.
“praise the Lord and magnify Him”

Have you ever wondered what an event about Jesus and nothing else looks like?  This is what Magnify is and the beauty of a ministry focused on the Eucharist is its Minister:  Jesus Christ Himself.  Our vision at Magnify is to get out of the way and allow Jesus to form each evening and each souls’ encounter according to His will.

So once a month, typically on the fourth Wednesday, we host a night of adoration in the church with praise and worship by Josh Goodman to supplement that encounter with Jesus.

We pray that you come and spend time in prayer with Jesus, encountering Him in a special way that He is personally inviting you to come and share your heart with Him.  We pray to see you at Magnify.

 

2019 – 2020 dates

7pm – 8:30pm in the church


OCTOBER 16, 2019

NOVEMBER 6, 2019

JANUARY 22, 2020

FEBRUARY 12, 2020

MARCH 25, 2020

APRIL 22, 2020

MAY 27, 2020

JUNE 24, 2020

 

FAQs

Can we bring children?


Yes, most definitely, please bring your children for our Lord Jesus loves them so much, and stay as long as you wish.
“Let the children come to me, and do not prevent them; for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these.”-Matthew 19:14

I am not a Catholic but would like to come. How will I feel and what is Adoration?


You will be welcome as a brother or sister in Christ, as all of us are the children of one Father.

Eucharistic Adoration is a Catholic worship of Jesus’ Body, Soul and Divinity in a consecrated host placed in a monstrance on the altar. You may follow others in bodily postures during Adoration (kneeling, sitting) but if you do not feel comfortable kneeling, you may sit or stand up.  Please, keep in mind that the Eucharistic Adoration is a solemn worship service for all Catholics.

Do I have to stay the entire time?


Stay as long or as short as you wish.  Perhaps allow Jesus to direct the time you spend with Him?  Time is such a precious gift; may your time at Magnify be a gift you give yourself, for moments of encounter with the Lord Jesus is always special.

Why is it called an event?


“In the fullness of time” (Father most holy), You sent Your Only Begotten Son to be our Savior.” -Eucharistic Prayer.

The Eucharist is always a Word event because Jesus became present by the power of those consecratory words; the priest pronouncing the words of Jesus, “This is my body…. this is my blood.”  

Even in the silence of the tabernacle, the Eucharist remains a Word event, Jesus is present there by the power of those consecratory words. The Eucharistic presence in the tabernacle harkens back to the liturgy because that is its proper origin, and it returns to the liturgy because it is there by the power of the Word.

 


Do you have a story to share because of your time with Jesus at Magnify?

We’ve been getting a lot of feedback about something happening to people when they come to Magnify.  If this is you, we’d love to hear your story.  As moments of encounter with Jesus is so inspiring and uplifting; your story can help someone out there who is struggling.  Please post on here.


scenes @ Magnify

Thankful to Darwin Lazatin for all the pictures.