Novenas

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Angels & Archangels
Bl. Antonio Rosmini
Christ The King
Christmas – Infant Jesus
Express Novena (St Teresa)
Holy Souls In Purgatory
Holy Spirit
Immaculate Conception
Infant of Prague
Our Guardian Angel
Our Lady of Fatima
Our Lady of Guadalupe
Our Lady of Knock
Our Lady of Lourdes
Our Lady of Mount Carmel
Our Lady of Perpetual Help
Our Lady of Sorrows
Our Lady of the Epiphany
Precious Blood of Jesus
Priests And Clergy
Sacred Heart of Jesus
St Agatha
St Alphonsus de Liguori
St André Bessette
St Andrew The Apostle
St Anne
St Anne and St Joachim
St Anthony Mary Claret
St Anthony of Padua
St Benedict
St Bernadette Soubirous
St Blaise
St Bonaventure
St Bridget of Sweden
St Catherine of Siena
St David of Wales
St Dymphna
St Francis de Sales
St Francis Xavier
St George
St Joseph
St Jude The Apostle
St Margaret Mary Alacoque
St Maria Goretti
St Martin de Porres
St Nicholas of Myra
St Oliver Plunkett
St Padre Pio of Pietrelcina
St Patrick
St Paul
St Peregrine of Laziosi
St Peter The Apostle
St Philip Neri
St Philomena
St Rita of Cascia
St Roch
St Rose of Lima
St Teresa of Avila
St Teresa of Calcutta
St Thérèse
St Thomas More
St Vincent de Paul
Three Magi (Wise Men)
Quick Link: Official Novena Feast Days

“When we pray to the Angels, Saints or the Blessed Virgin Mary, they take our prayers and present them to God our Father Almighty with their own praises. They are happy to help us; they celebrate when we pray through them to God”.

Image of St Rita kneeling in front of a Crucifix and receiving the Crown of Thorns stigmata.
St Rita of Cascia

Novenas generally consist of a single daily prayer to Jesus, the Blessed Virgin Mary, a Saint or the Angels. The prayer is repeated for nine consecutive days. Often the Novena is planned so that the tenth day coincides with the Saints Feast Day or another liturgical event E.g. Easter, All Souls or Christmas. The many Novenas in existence may be loosely placed into one of four categories. Mourning E.g. the death of a loved one, Preparation E.g. Easter Sunday, Petition E.g. seeking recovery from an illness, and Penance E.g. asking for the forgiveness of ones sins.