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A little Easter gift from our family to yours…

We hope you’re having a great Easter Season!

One thing we love about Easter is that we celebrate it for so long… It’s not over yet!

To continue our celebration, John-Paul and I created an Easter card as a gift for you. We hope it brings you joy! It brings us joy to be able to pray with you.

Just scroll down to see our card :)

We’re praying for you!

God bless you!
Annie & John-Paul – PrayMoreNovenas.com


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Answered Prayers from the Divine Mercy Novena, 2017

divine mercyThank you for joining us in praying the Divine Mercy Novena!

If you’ve experienced any answered prayers during this novena, please share those with us below!

Praise God for these answered prayers!

If your prayers have not been answered during this novena, please do not give up on your faith and on hope.

Jesus is always with us, and is especially close to us during our struggles and sufferings, and moments of what seem like Unanswered Prayers.

We hope this post will be helpful to you during this time: Unanswered Prayers.

The Next Novena: The Divine Mercy Novena!

divine mercyThe next novena we will pray is the Divine Mercy Novena!

We will start praying on Friday,  April 14th, Good Friday.

You can sign up to join us here:
http://www.praymorenovenas.com/divine-mercy-novena/

We’re looking forward to praying with you and for you!

God bless you!
Annie & John-Paul

Answered Prayers from the St. Joseph Novena, 2017

st. joseph novena
Thank you for joining us in praying the St. Joseph, Husband of Mary, Novena!

If you experienced any prayers during this novena, please share those with us all below!

Glory be to God!

 

How You Can Pray More & Grow Closer to Christ this Lent!


Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI has said Lent is like a retreat during which we can turn back into ourselves and listen to the voice of God.

He said, “It is a period of spiritual ‘combat’ which we must experience alongside Jesus… using the arms of faith: prayer, listening to the word of God and penance. In this way we will be able to celebrate Easter in truth, ready to renew the promises of our Baptism.”

We’ve been working on a special project to help you journey through Lent with Jesus.

And like Pope Benedict suggested, it’s a retreat :)

It’s called the Pray More Lenten Retreat! 

The Pray More Lenten Retreat will be just like an in-person retreat that you can experience at home — anywhere, anytime. 

It’s an online retreat. If you sign up, you’ll hear from four speakers, each of them giving a few video presentations that will help you be more dedicated to prayer in your everyday life this Lent — and onward. :)

You’ll also receive a transcript of their talks along with reflective study guides for each.

And, you will be able to download the presentations so you can listen to them anywhere.

You can register for the retreat here:

http://praymoreretreat.com/

All of the materials will be released on Wednesday, March 1st, the first day of Lent.

We hope they will help you to prepare to commemorate the Lord’s Passion, death, and the celebration of His Resurrection at Easter.

God bless you!