Divine Retreat Centre - United Kingdom
"The Spirit of the Lord is upon me, because he has anointed me to preach the good news to the poor" (Lk 4:18)

Perpetual Adoration

“Come to me, all you who labour and are overburdened, and I will give you rest.”
Matthew 11:28

“United with the angels and saints of the heavenly Church, let us adore the most Holy Sacrament of the Eucharist. Prostrate, we adore this great mystery that contains God’s new and definitive covenant with humankind in Christ.” – Pope John Paul II

This is your refuge, a sacred place where you can experience the Divine mercy and love. Come and fill your heart and soul with the essence of the Holy Spirit radiating from the Blessed Sacrament on the altar of love.

Welcome to the Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration Chapel of the Divine retreat Centre.  Come and spend time as frequently as you are able to in the presence of Our Savior and watch Him transform your life!

We maintain a quiet place where people can come in from the busy and fast-paced world to enjoy a few quiet moments praying, reading, and reflecting with the Lord.

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What is Eucharistic Adoration?

Catholics believe that during the Mass which we attend each week (for some of us daily), the priest (during the consecration) speaks these words as he holds the communion host, “…He took bread and gave you thanks. He broke the bread, gave it to his disciples, and said: Take this all of you, and eat it: this is my body which will be given up for you”. When the priest says “this my body”, it is at that instant when, through the miracle of transubstantiation, the bread and wine which we offer as the bloodless sacrifice to our Lord truly become the Body, Blood , Soul and Divinity of Jesus. It is His true Presence in the form of bread and wine. It is Christ.

Perpetual Adoration is when the priest takes a consecrated host and places it in a monstrance.

Upcoming Retreats

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Tamil Retreat - November 2017

The retreat commences on Friday at 8:30am and finishes on Sunday at around 4:30pm. You are most welcome to come on Thursday evening rather than Friday morning to suit your convenience.  The three days focus on different aspects: the first day is about God’s Love and forgiveness; the second, on inner ...

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Malayalam Growth Retreat - December 2017

The retreat commences on Friday at 8:30am and finishes on Sunday at around 4:30pm. You are most welcome to come on Thursday evening rather than Friday morning to suit your convenience.  The three days focus on different aspects: the first day is about God’s Love and forgiveness; the second, on inner ...

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Malayalam Retreat - December 2017

The retreat commences on Friday at 8:30am and finishes on Sunday at around 4:30pm. You are most welcome to come on Thursday evening rather than Friday morning to suit your convenience.  The three days focus on different aspects: the first day is about God’s Love and forgiveness; the second, on inner ...

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English Residential Retreat - December 2017

The retreat commences on Friday at 8:30am and finishes on Sunday at around 4:30pm. You are most welcome to come on Thursday evening rather than Friday morning to suit your convenience.  The three days focus on different aspects: the first day is about God’s Love and forgiveness; the second, on ...

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