Become a Missionary for Jesus in The Blessed Sacrament!

1) Make a daily or weekly Holy Hour for the spread of Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration in parishes throughout the world.

2) Use your talents to help make Jesus in the Most Blessed Sacrament loved and adored through Perpetual Adoration.  Contact us for more information on how you can help evangelize and spread the message of His Eucharistic Love.

3) Give a monthly, bimonthly, semiannual or annual donation to help spread Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration throughout the world.


Our Missionaries visited over 500 parishes last year, not only in the United States but in many countries throughout the world! On these visits we opened up Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration Chapels, boosted attendance at Adoration Chapels, gave parish missions, days of reflection, conferences, instruction, and distributed free materials on The Eucharist and Adoration to countless people worldwide!  During this Great Jubilee Year 2000 we are hoping to far surpass last years goal, please help us. The success of our work, leading people to Jesus in the Most Blessed Sacrament, depends on your ongoing prayers and financial contributions. Please be very generous to Jesus this year, send us a donation today! Jesus thanks you and we thank you. God bless you.

Who are the Missionaries of the Blessed Sacrament?

The Missionaries of the Blessed Sacrament is a worldwide lay apostolate and evangelization ministry. Our sole purpose for existence is to bring people to Jesus, especially in Adoration of the Most Blessed Sacrament. We started our ministry informally in 1987 and became formally incorporated in 1997.  We are incorporated and tax exempt under 501 (c) (3).

We, as missionaries, work cooperatively with many people, groups, parishes, communities and organizations that spread Eucharistic Adoration, not only  in the United states but throughout the world. We have many dedicated, devout and trained lay missionaries involved in this Eucharistic Evangelization ministry.
The Missionaries of the Blessed Sacrament work in response to Our Holy Father, Pope John Paul IIs, desire for the spread of Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration throughout the world.  On December 2, 1981, Pope John Paul II began Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament in a chapel at St. Peters Basilica in Rome.  Since the beginning of his pontificate Our Holy Father has reaffirmed this message, proclaiming the need for "continual adoration" in his June 12, 1993 homily at the 45th International Eucharistic Congress in Seville, Spain.  At the same Congress, Our Pope John Paul II also declared, "Evangelization through the Eucharist, in the Eucharist and from the Eucharist: these are three inseparable aspects of how the Church lives the mystery of Christ and fulfills her mission of communicating it to all people."

A variety of means are employed in our evangelization efforts to promote Perpetual Adoration of Jesus in The Most Blessed Sacrament.  Prayer is the foundation of our work, especially daily mass, adoration of Our Eucharistic Lord, and the Holy Rosary. We promote Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration by disseminating literature, newsletters, articles, pamphlets, posters, prayer cards, audio and video tapes and other materials. Our web site at is another means by which we proclaim this message.  We have missionaries who speak at parishes, schools, conferences and to various Catholic communities and groups. We teach about Our Eucharistic Lord in any and every place that Our Lady of the Most Blessed Sacrament and St. Therese of Lisieux, our patronesses, open the door for us to enter. We network and cooperate with other lay, religious and clergy who share the same charism of spreading Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration, as much as possible.

Our goal and mission is that Jesus will be perpetually adored on every altar throughout the world! Perpetual Eucharistic AdorationJesus wants it, Our Heavenly Father wants it, The Holy Spirit wants it, Our Lady wants it, all the angels and saints in heaven want it, Our Holy Father wants it!  As St. Therese of Lisieux, The Little Flower, said "There is only one thing to do here below, to love Jesus and to win souls for Him so that He may be loved."