Saint Paschal Baylon
Eucharistic Adoration Chapel
Our Lady of the Lake
Catholic Church Pastoral Center
106 N. 2nd Ave. W.
Ashland, WI 54806
The Chapel will be open 24 hours from
Monday 7 AM until Friday 6 PM once the pandemic is over
Handicapped accessible M-F 7 AM to 5 PM (inquire) during non-pandemics
The chapel is open to anyone for silent prayer and reflection. There are places waiting every hour. Choices include hourly prayer once a week, substituting for an another person who is sick or away, or praying for a few minutes whenever it’s convenient. Children and visitors are welcome. The chapel can accommodate several persons at any given time. Logs are available in the chapel for regularly scheduled hours,
visitors, petitions and gratitudes.
For more information about about volunteering an hour of time please contact one of our staff. For hourly volunteers there are special benefits with the Lord.
Teresa Ochsenbauer: 715-292-2819
00:00-05:00 Eileen McCutchen: 715-765-4298
06:00-11:00 Joanne Gadamus: 715-292-9222
12:00-17:00 Marilynn Finucane: 715-373-5230
18:00-23:00 Karen Wolfgram: 715-292-3728
Peggy Fieldsend: 715-813-9410
Currently due to the COVID-19 situation our adoration chapel is currently closed. If this changes we will post this on the main web page as well as inform our regular adorers. We thank you for your patience.
Twelve Reasons for Wanting to Spend One Hour with Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament
St. Paschal Baylon (1540-1592) was a Franciscan Friar devoted to poverty and adoration of the
Eucharist. He was born on Pentecost and died on Pentecost. Pope Leo XIII declared him “the seraph of the