Corpus Christi Adoration Chapel
The Corpus Christi Adoration Chapel, next door to Aquinas College, is the only chapel in Nashville exclusively dedicated to Eucharistic Adoration. The chapel is operated by The Dominican Campus. It is located behind the White House on the traffic circle adjacent to the Aquinas College main building. To inquire about the screening process for access to The Dominican Campus Adoration Chapel, please email Andrew Atwood (Chief of Security) at email@example.com.
DOMINICAN CAMPUS ADORATION CHAPEL
Monday-Friday 7 a.m. – 9 p.m.
(Closed for Cleaning from 6 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.)
Saturday, Sunday and holidays 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.
4210 Harding Pike, Nashville TN
Thank you for answering His call to adore His Real Presence in the Eucharist. By saying “yes” to Him who has invited you, you become one of a long line of worshipers throughout the centuries who have answered His Call, extending from the angels, shepherds, and Magi at the stable in Bethlehem to our Adorers here in Nashville. This mystical union of adoring souls has sustained the very heart of the Church.
Adoration is the giving of your time to the Lord. For such a commitment, the graces and blessings that will be bestowed upon you and your loved ones will abound in this life and will be beyond measure in the next.
We are grateful that you have chosen to make the Eucharistic Presence of Jesus a priority in your life. This is a sign of the strength of our Faith and the strength of your belief in the power of prayer through silent adoration of our Lord in the Eucharist.
May He who is ever-present bless you and protect you. May our Most Holy Mother, Mary, under her title of our Lady of the Blessed Sacrament, draw you ever closer to her Son in His Real Presence in the Eucharist.
“Panis Angelicus fit Panis Hominu
Dat pains Coelicus figures terminum:
O res mirabilis!
Pauper, servus et homilis.”
“The angelic bread becomes the bread of men,
The heavenly bread ends all prefigurations
a poor and humble servant
consumes the Lord.”
—Saint Thomas Aquinas (1225 -1274)