Blessed Sacrament is a pretty run of the mill Catholic Church. There are some definite highlights, one being perpetual adoration. The chapel is opened 24 hours a day for adoration. Most of the masses are pretty traditional, not much new age music or odd standing or kneeling practices like some churches. Most of the music is organ, with some piano as well. The 10:30 am Sunday mass typically has a choir that sings a song or two. The priests there are wonderful, but also very different from each other. One likes to hurry things along and has typically quick to the point homilies, while the other priest tends to have long homilies. The church is a very involved parrish with many outreach programs. The congregants range from very old to very young. Overall I would say Blessed Sacrament is a mostly traditional parrish with a very devout population.