Our parish offers an opportunity for communal prayer and quiet in the presence of Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament every month from 7-8pm in our parish chapel.
A holy hour is spending time with God. Just as communication in marriage means listening, so the holy hour means listening; only in this case it means listening to God. Just as you must spend time with our spouse just pursuing the personal relationship of spouse for the other, so you must spend time with God. The holy hour places one in the presence of God to do just that.
A holy hour is not a project to be accomplished but an exercise of love. You can read a spiritual book, say the Rosary, perform some act of piety which means something in your life, or you can just DO nothing. Just rest with the Lord! The important thing is to realize that you need time apart from the liturgical prayer of the Mass and even typical prayers like the Liturgy of the Hours where you experience God's personal care for you alone.