Eucharistic Adoration or good morning Mass in Columbus?


#1

My husband and I will be traveling to Columbus Wednesday night so that he can take a test for a new job on Thursday morning. I will be alone (sans kids!) for at least 3 hours while he is taking the test. Does anyone know of a church in Columbus (around the airport area) with perpetual adoration or at least a nice morning Mass @ 9:00 AM that I could go to and pray for him while he’s in there? I’d really appreciate any help. Thanks


#2

You might want to check out St. Patrick’s, near downtown:
A beautiful traditional old church.

stpatrickcolumbus.com/StPathome/


#3

Good luck to your hubby! My husband recently found out about the devotion to St. Joseph of Cupertino for help with taking exams:

Prayer to St. Joseph of Cupertino for success in Examinations.

This powerful prayer is very effective in examinations. It has to be said before appearing in the examination. There are two variants to this prayer. Both the prayers are equally effective. You can choose any one of these:-

First Prayer

O Great St. Joseph of Cupertino who while on earth did obtain from God the grace to be asked at your examination only the questions you knew, obtain for me a like favour in the examinations for which I am now preparing. In return I promise to make you known and cause you to be invoked.

Through Christ our Lord.

St. Joseph of Cupertino, Pray for us.

Amen.

Second Prayer

O St. Joseph of Cupertino who by your prayer obtained from God to be asked at your examination, the only preposition you knew. Grant that I may like you succeed in the (here mention the name of Examination) examination.

In return I promise to make you known and cause you to be invoked.

O St. Joseph of Cupertino pray for me

O Holy Ghost enlighten me

Our Lady of Good Studies pray for me

Sacred Head of Jesus, Seat of divine wisdom, enlighten me.

I will pray your husband’s test goes well! :slight_smile: St. Joseph of Cupertino, pray for us!


#4

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