A philanthropic individual, Bradley DiTeresi sponsors two children through Unbound, formerly the Christian Foundation for Children and Aging, and donates to the Alzheimer’s Association and Lupus Foundation of America. Brad DiTeresi, a practicing Catholic, regularly engages in the prayerful and meditative practice of Eucharistic Adoration. In Roman Catholicism, at the altar during Mass, the bread and wine transform into the literal Body and Blood of Christ, called the Real Presence. Because the elements are consecrated, they retain their sanctity in what remains after the Eucharistic Celebration. Placed in a monstrance without being directly touched by human hands, and locked in the Tabernacle, the Blessed Sacrament becomes available for the faithful to gather and to pray in its presence. Eucharistic Adoration may occur at various times and in various ways. Perpetual Adoration takes place around the clock. In Eucharistic Adoration of Reparation, prayers take place for an hour. Additionally, Catholics gather for a complete liturgical service called Eucharistic exposition and benediction. The service invites believers into spiritual union with Christ.