Perptual Adoration Orders Thread


There are two perpetual adoration orders in dire need of vocations:

Order of the Blessed Sacrament (“Sacramentines” Scarsdale, NY & Conrad, MI):

Servants of the Blessed Sacrament (also referred to as Sacramentines):

I know there are many others, but the CAF system won’t give me enough time to post them all.



Thanks for sharing…post the rest by “replying” to your post…your post with the links may help even a lurker to the forums find their ideal order so please do share all of them with us…

Do you know of any hermit orders ?


What a noble, sublime calling! To love for those who do not love, to adore for those who will not adore, to praise for those that blaspheme… It breaks my heart that there are people who do not love Our Lord and Our Lady.

Thank you very much for posting this. God bless you.


Nuns of Perpetual Adoration:

Sioux Falls, SD:

Anchorage, AK:

San Francisco, CA:
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El Paso, TX:
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Perpetual Adoration Sisters in Ireland with nearly identical habit:

Wexford, IE:



Blind Sacramentines founded by St. Don Orione. Their habit is almost identical to those previously listed.

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L’adoration Reparatrice was founded in France. They have one house in Belfast. They follow Carmelite spirituality, and have open chapels in imitation of the open house of the Holy Family in Nazareth.


Thanks. I do, and will start another thread so they don’t get mixed in with the Perpetual Adoration communities.



Active Orders with P.A.:

Franciscan Sisters of Perpetual Adoration (WI):

Sisters of St. Francis of Perpetual Adoration (IN):

Benedictine Sisters of Perpetual Adoration (various locations):

Australian Sisters of PA, integrated w/St. MacKillop’s congregation:

School Sisters of St. Francis have a perpetual adoration chapel:


The Carmel of St. Louis, MO, has perpetual adoration, but such is not the usual fare of Carmelite life. An archbishop asked them to take on the responsibility so there would be two PA monasteries in the city. The other is the Pink Sisters.


Holy Spirit Adoration Sisters:

Mount Grace Convent, St. Louis, MO:
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Convent of Divine Love, Philadelphia, PA:

Lincoln, NE:
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Corpus Christi, TX:


Poor Clares of Perpetual Adoration:

Hanceville, AL:

Cleveland, OH:

Tonopah, AZ:

Canton, OH:

Drumshanbo, Ireland:

There’s also one in San Antonio, TX, but their website isn’t working.


Dominican Nuns with Perpetual Adoration:

Dominican nuns don’t usually have perpetual adoration. The houses in the US have a special mission.

Farmington Hills, MI:

West Springfield, MA:

Los Angeles, CA:

Bronx, NY:

Linden, VA:

Springfield, IL:

Menlo Park, CA:

Lufkin, TX:


Dominicans Nuns of Perpetual Rosary (and Adoration in some instances):

Marbury, AL:

Summit, NJ:

Buffalo, NY:

Milwaukee, WI:

Lancaster, PA:

Fatima, PT:

Camden, NJ:
(not sure if still a convent)

Another of perpetual adoration:

North Guilford, CT:


Article on Camden’s closure:

The monastery of Elmira, NY, moved to Springfield, IL.


1998 article on Union City’s Dominican Monastery:

Newark, NJ’s, monastery is now the Blessed Sacrament Friary of the Franciscan Friars of the Renewal.



Recluse Missionaries of Jesus and Mary:

Servants of Jesus & Mary:


Two Benedictine Perpetual Adoration Cloisters:

Benedictines of the Blessed Sacrament:

Tyburn Benedictines:


France: Two cloisters dedicated to the Sacred Heart:

Daughters of the Heart of Jesus:

Victimes of the Sacred Heart:



Servants of the Blessed Sacrament & the Immaculate:

Sisters of the Good Shepherd and Mary Immaculate:


Capuchin Poor Clares of the Blessed Sacrament (majority in Mexico):

List (not sure if all are dedicated to Perpetual Adoration):

Another clearinghouse site:

Lipa, Philippines:

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