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adore someone for doing something

to be in awe of someone for doing something well. Everyone adores Sally for her wonderful sense of humor.
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adore someone for having something

to be in awe of someone because of a particular trait or feature. Robert adores Mary for her smiling eyes.
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He was an Adorer at the Eucharistic Chapel since its inception.
Then there is the European retired nurse and mother, a regular night adorer since the chapel opened, whose joy is now to see her own church, Transfiguration of Our Lord in Etobicoke, about to open its own chapel of adoration.
She was devoted to her faith, church and community while serving as a perpetual adorer of the Blessed Sacrament, a friendly visitor from Catholic Charities, a member of the Holy Family League of Charity and Ancient Order of Hibernians Division 8 in Clinton.
But as the great thirteenth-century Eucharistic adorer, St.
John the Guardian of Our Lady Parish in Clinton, adorer of Eucharistic adoration and former member of the Knights of Columbus.
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She was an adorer and coordinator of adorers at the Blessed Sacrament Chapel.
Anne Society, A devout catholic she was an adorer at the Blessed Sacrament Chapel.
He was a member of Sacred Heart of Jesus Church and a weekly adorer at the Blessed Sacrament Chapel.
She was a weekly adorer at the Blessed Sacrament Chapel.
He was a member of Saint Andrew Bobola Church and a weekly adorer at the Blessed Sacrament Chapel in Webster.
Joseph Church where she was a weekly adorer, she was very involved in church and school activities .
He was also the director of Deaf Ministry for the Diocese of Worcester, and was a weekly Adorer at the Emmaus Chapel in Webster.
He taught Christian Doctrine from 1959 to 1960, served as a Eucharistic minister, lector and greeter, was a weekly adorer at the Blessed Sacrament Chapel and was a member of the bible study group.
He was also a member of the First Friday Club and was an adorer for the past 15 years at St.