Unborn Jesus

Unborn Jesus

Holy Hour

Unborn Jesus Holy Hour Praying Setup

The Blessed Sacrament is the Unborn Jesus

During a Holy Hour dedicated to the Unborn Child Jesus, the Blessed Sacrament is exposed. The Holy Hour cannot be a Holy Hour if God is not present physically. An important point to consider is Jesus is present in the Blessed Sacrament in all its dimensions. A more accurate description is Jesus is the Blessed Sacrament and He can manifest there at any stage of His life. In other words, the Blessed Sacrament is the crucified Jesus, the resurrected Jesus, the child Jesus and the Unborn Child Jesus.

The Unborn Jesus Banner Setup

During a Holy Hour dedicated to the Unborn Child Jesus, the Unborn Jesus Banner is set up at the front right or left side of the chapel. The banner has two main purposes: First, the banner indicates the Holy Hour is dedicated to the Unborn Child Jesus. And second, the image of our Lady of Guadalupe with Child at the banner help us focus on the Mystery of the Incarnation during the Holy Hour prayers.
Unborn Jesus
The Word was made flesh . . .  . . . and dwelt among us!
Unborn Jesus
Unborn Jesus

Unborn Jesus

Holy Hour

Unborn Jesus Holy Hour Praying Setup

The

Blessed

Sacrament

is

the

Unborn

Jesus

During a Holy Hour dedicated to the Unborn Child Jesus, the Blessed Sacrament is exposed. The Holy Hour cannot be a Holy Hour if God is not present physically. An important point to consider is Jesus is present in the Blessed Sacrament in all its dimensions. A more accurate description is Jesus is the Blessed Sacrament and He can manifest there at any stage of His life. In other words, the Blessed Sacrament is the crucified Jesus, the resurrected Jesus, the child Jesus and the Unborn Child Jesus.

The Unborn Jesus Banner Setup

During a Holy Hour dedicated to the Unborn Child Jesus, the Unborn Jesus Banner is set up at the front right or left side of the chapel. The banner has two main purposes: First, the banner indicates the Holy Hour is dedicated to the Unborn Child Jesus. And second, the image of our Lady of Guadalupe with Child at the banner help us focus on the Mystery of the Incarnation during the Holy Hour prayers.
The Word was made flesh . . .  . . . and dwelt among us!