The Adoration chapel is not exclusive to adults. The Lord said “Bring the Little Children to Me, for they are my favorite.” This requires much patience from adults when the children are in the Adoration chapel. Children have a tough time sitting still and being quiet. Over time they will learn to be more still and quiet, and repsect others. Some adults seem to think people should not bring their children into Adoration. I know this from experience. We had some family issues not too long ago, so I brought my children with me to Adoration. This was a nearby parish which I go to Adoration on the weekends if needed since ours is only open Monday through Friday. I know that Jesus wants the children there to receive His graces. My four year old was a little restless, but not being bad by any means, he was pretty quiet. The rest of the kids were quiet and reserved because they have learned this over time. There were a couple of adults that were also there and quite disgusted that I had them there. The woman kept staring at me completely distrubed, “how dare I bring my children to Adoration” was the look I kept getting. I actually prayed for her to gain patience, for the Lord was indeed testing her by our presence. I do not think everyone “gets it”, that we are seated before the Lord in Adoration, we are there in the presence of Christ. What makes people think that the children are not priveledged enough to be there in His presence? I am teaching them the faith, I am teaching them where to go when the times are tough. Who will help them with their troubles, and who will never deny them.