I adore you, O Jesus, God of Love, truly present in the Most Holy Sacrament. I adore
you Who has come to Your Own but were not received by them. I adore you, Whom the majority of mankind rejected and
despised. I adore you, Whom the impious incessantly are offend by their sacrileges and blasphemies. I adore
you, Who are grieved by the coldness and indifference of a vast number of Christians. I adore
O Infinite Goodness, Who has wrought so many miracles, in order to reveal Your love to us. I adore
you, with all the angels and saints, and with those chosen souls that are now already the blessed of
Your Father and are all aglow with burning love for you. I adore you with all Your
O Jesus! With them I prostrate myself at the foot of the Altar, to offer you my most profound homage, to receive
Your Divine Inspiration, and to implore Your grace. Oh, how good it is for me to be here with
you! How sweet to hear the Voice of my Beloved!
O Victim of Divine Love! A piercing cry breaks forth from Your Heart here on the Altar, as
it once did on Calvary; it is the cry of Love; "I thirst," You call to You children, "I thirst for your love! Come all, whom I love as My Father has loved Me; come and quench the thirst that consumes
Lord Jesus, behold I come. My
heart is small, but it is all Yours. You are a prisoner in our Tabernacles, You the Lord of Lords! And love it is, that holds
you here as such! You leave the Tabernacle only to come to us, to unite Yourself
with the faithful soul and allow Your Divine Love to reign within.
O King of Love! Come, live and reign in me. I want no other law but the law of Your
Love! No, no, I henceforth desire to know nothing, neither of this world nor of what is in it, nor of myself;
Your Love alone shall rule in me eternally.
O Jesus, grant me this grace! Break all my fetters, strip me of all that is not
of Yourself, in order that Your Love may be my life here below, and my happiness and delight in eternity, Amen.
Decree of S. Congregation of indulgences, May 30th, 1908.
Approved, Cleveland, May 1st, 1923.
Joseph Schrembs, D. D., Bishop of Cleveland.