Holy Hour On Demand

In case you missed it, the live-streamed holy hours from this week were enhanced, featuring a different prayer or devotion. The videos of these holy hours are below for you to view and pray with at any time.

In this time, when many feel isolated and alone or may not be able to visit our church when it is open, these virtual holy hours before the Blessed Sacrament help to fill that longing for Jesus so keenly felt by all of us. Being able to pray along with our Pastor, Father Hoffa, allows each of us to feel and to know for sure, though separated by six feet or more, and our faces behind masks, that we remain a family who prays together.

Monday’s holy hour included the Rosary. Tuesday’s added the Chaplet of Divine Mercy and the Litany of Humility was prayed Wednesday. Friday, Father Hoffa prayed a Scriptural Rosary. A Scriptural Rosary includes scripture verses or passages which help you to focus on each Mystery of the Rosary more deeply. Thursday’s Holy Hour included Musical Worship. Unfortunately, due to copyright rules when using music online, the video from Thursday’s Holy Hour was not able to be published. However, below you will find a link to free Spotify playlist with all of the songs used.

Please enjoy these videos and let us pray for one another and the whole world.

Holy Hour with Rosary

Monday Morning Holy Hour with Rosary

Posted by St. Joseph Parish of the Panther Valley on Monday, April 20, 2020

Holy Hour with the Divine Mercy Chaplet

Tuesday Morning Holy Hour with Divine Mercy Chaplet

Posted by St. Joseph Parish of the Panther Valley on Tuesday, April 21, 2020

Holy Hour with the Litany of Humility

Wednesday Holy Hour with Litany of Humility

Posted by St. Joseph Parish of the Panther Valley on Wednesday, April 22, 2020

Holy Hour with Scriptural Rosary

Friday morning Holy Hour with Scriptural Rosary

Posted by St. Joseph Parish of the Panther Valley on Friday, April 24, 2020

Worship Music for Holy Hour

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