My dear friends
This is a devotion I practise most days. If it interests any you can do it monthly, fortnightly, weekly or most days depending on your state in life. You can cut down the time involved if you want and divide the time into thirds that I talk about too. It’s probably wise not to try and do the full devotion every day to start with. It can be demanding.
The Thrice Holy Hour
3 hours of Eucharistic Adoration.
Offer one hour to honour and thank God the Father, one for God the Son and one for God the Holy Spirit.
Also simultaneously one hour to honour and thank our Blessed Mother under each of the diffetrnt titles - one hour for Daughter of God the Father, one hour for Mother of God the Son and one hour for Spouse of God the Holy Spirit.
You can offer your prayer for any intentions you like also.
The main crux of the devotion is to be there for and console our Blessed Lord as He hangs on the Cross dying for 3 hours. The greatest suffering He went through was our rejection of Him. This suffering was infinite. If we have the intention of just being there with Him it will give Him the greatest consolation. It will be as if we were really there at the foot of the Cross with our Blessed Mother, St John, the holy women and disciples. You can meditate on this scene and the 7 last words, especially My God, My God why have you forsaken me. You can say any prayers you like such as the rosary, way of the cross, divine mercy, listen to hymns and gregorian and offer this as your prayer. The main thing is to just place yourself at the foot of the Cross and be there for Him. This will give Jesus great consolation. 3 hours is a long time so you can take a few breaks and have a coffee or anything. 5 or 10 mins each hour or whatever you like.
Our Lord and the Most Blessed Trinity are in the Blessed Sacrament in the tabernacle and there is no time with God. All is present. So place yourself at this time and console our Blessed Lord in His agony. He will bless you in return.
Hope you like my devotion.
God bless you all:thumbsup: