We adore Thee, O Christ.
We adore Thee, O Christ, and we praise Thee. Because by Thy Holy Cross, Thou hast redeemed the world. - the opening lines of each of The Stations of The Cross.
This makes for great mental prayer during Lent. This can be prayed anywhere at any time: standing in line in a noisy place or alone with Our Lord in Eucharistic Adoration.
Spend one hour a week in front of The Blessed Sacrament. If possible, make it the same day and time. Pray the rosary, read Scripture, talk intimately with The Lord, and listen. You will be changed forever. You will look forward to this hour and do everything to make sure you can be there with Him! All glory, all honor, all praise be your’s Our Lord, Jesus Christ, in The Most Blessed Sacrament.
I am going to post a link here shortly about Adoration. I think it is unfortunate that some take this position but this seems to be consistent with Fr. McBrien’s views. Both Pope John Paul and Pope Benedict encourage it. I could write for days on this subject. If you are interested, visit an adoration chapel and spend some time in The Real Presence of Our Lord. It shall be known by it’s fruits. Many adorers would love to tell you of the fruits of Adoration. May The Lord bless all of the permanent adorers around the world who cover every hour at perpetual adoration sites so that Jesus is available, no matter the time of day, to all who need some time alone with Him, in His Real Presence!