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Saint Novenas

There are many beautiful novenas in which you pray for the intercession of a particular Saint. Below is a list of some really great novenas to Saints:

St. Anne Novena – St. Anne is the Mother of the Blessed Virgin Mary and a great Saint!

St. Anthony Novena – Well known for helping people find lost things. He was a Franciscan and is beloved by many.

St. Augustine Novena – One of the greatest defenders of the Catholic faith and renowned prodigal son.

St. Catherine of Siena Novena – A powerful and well loved saint who is also a doctor of the Church!

St. Dymphna Novena – Patroness of Depression and Anxiety, she is helpful to many who suffer.

St. Francis Novena – Founder of the Franciscan order whose holiness and tireless work helped reform the Church.

Fulton Sheen Novena – Not yet a saint, but he was a great Catholic leader in America.

St. Gerard Novena – Patron of Expectant Mothers.

St. Joan of Arc Novena – Martyr and young saint from France who led the French army to several military victories at the direction of God.

St. John Bosco Novena – Patron of the youth and founder of the Salesian Order.

St. Joseph, Husband of Mary Novena – Husband of the blessed Virgin Mary and Foster Father of Jesus.

St. Jude Novena – Probably the most popular of all the novenas, St. Jude is the patron of lost causes.

St. Maximilian Kolbe Novena – Hero of the concentration camp Poland.

St. Monica Novena – Monica was the mother of St. Augustine and she is known for praying for mothers, alcoholics and wayward children.

St. Padre Pio Novena – Padre Pio had the stigmata and he is beloved by many Catholics.

St. Peregrine Novena – St. Peregrine is a popular saint because he is the patron saint of Cancer Patients and this is a novena for cancer patients.

St. Philip Neri Novena – Known as the Apostle of Rome he was very humorous and had a big heart.

St. Therese Novena – A very popular Saint and doctor of the Church. She is well loved and known for promoting sacrificial love in small things.

Mother Teresa Novena – Not yet a Saint, but she was a Nobel Prize winner and helper of the poorest of the poor.

Liturgical Novenas

A liturgical novena is one that is prayed in cooperation with the liturgical calendar. This type of novena leads up to an important feast of the Church. It generally ends the day before the feast.

A novena is a really great way to prepare spiritually for the major feasts of the Church.

Annunciation Novena – When the angel announced Jesus’ birth to Mary.

Assumption Novena – When Mary was assumed into heaven at the end of her earthly life.

Christmas Novena – The birth of Jesus.

St. Andrew Christmas Novena – Longer Christmas novena beginning on the feast of St. Andrew.

Divine Mercy Novena – The devotion given to us by Jesus through St. Faustina.

Immaculate Conception Novena – The celebration of Mary’s conception without sin.

Nativity of Blessed Virgin Mary Novena – The celebration of the Virgin Mary’s birth.

Novena to the Holy Spirit – The celebration of decent of the Holy Spirit at Pentecost.

Novena to the Sacred Heart of Jesus – The devotion given to us by Jesus through St. Margaret Mary.

Novenas to Mary

Immaculate Heart of Mary Novena

Our Lady of Guadalupe Novena

Novena to Mary, Undoer of Knots

Our Lady of Sorrows Novena

Novena to the Mother of God for the Nation

Other Novenas

Novena for Pope Benedict

Novena for Religious Freedom

Novena for the Papal Conclave

Novena for the Anniversary of Priestly Ordination

Other Prayers

The Our Father – The Prayer that Jesus taught us.

The Hail Mary – Prayer to our Mother Mary and the main part of the Rosary.

Divine Mercy Chaplet – The chaplet prayer given by St. Faustina.

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  1. I pray this Novena for my son who is struggling to find a job. He has a good prospect lined up and I pray this job comes through for him. I also pray that he becomes more confident and is able to get out and meet people his age.

  2. Please pray for LOM and I, that God will answer our Novena prayers, forgive our shortcomings, bless our relationship, that it leads to a lifetime marriage commitment, bless and prosper us with all our children and family members. Amen

  3. Dear St. Anne, I pray that my daughter leave the destructive relationship she is in but that she meet her soulmate who will love her and her children, and is strong in faith. I also pray for my husband and I that our marriage becomes renewed in faith and love.

  4. ST JUDE please may I ask of you to ensure all of my accounts that are being administered by Patrick Moodley at Reed Stanley are paid off quickly and that he is being honest in dealing with my accounts. He never ever responds to my request for a statement of how much is still owing. Thank you for arranging this prayer to manifest for me as only you can, Thank you thank you thank you thank you that I can sit back, relax and you will arrange this for me ST JUDE, AMEN.

  5. dear st.Ann, i fervently pray to thee that i should seriously read n complete the diabetes diploma.Also i pray that i should be more studious in updating my skills n read the recent advances. dr.francis

  6. Please consider adding a novena to Our Lady of Mount Carmel whose Feast is July 16. We love this community of prayer.

    Remember my godson who is far from God. Heal his heart and help him gain the wisdom and courage to repent for his sins. His name is Cyril.

  7. Are there novena prayer cards for St. Sarah? My twin has, St. Martha novena (to be said 9 Tuesday, consecutively, and she grant all requests, no matter how difficult before terminations of the 9 Tuesdays). I would love a novena to St. Sarah to help me. Please let me know. Thank you. KS

  8. I want to thank Sacred Heart of Jesus for giving my
    son a temperory job and I believe that he will get
    the right job as per his career/qualification very soon. Thank you Jesus, Praise you Jesus.

  9. I need a novena to return my boyfriend to the catholic church, as well as a novena to turn my teenagers around from their very rebellious and disrespectful stage. I am extremely close to wanting to send my son away.c

  10. I love your emails, but wondering why I’ve not gotten anything for Our Lady of Mount Carmel? Her feast is July 16! Thank you for all your work. God bless!

  11. Is there a novena for the hard of hearing or for those who have lost or are losing their hearing? Thank you for your service.

  12. Firstly, I would like to thank you very much for making these novenas available to us. I was just recently introduced to your site and I love it. Question: I would like to do a novena to Padre Pio but for how many days to I say it? For the Sacred Heart it was 9 days but for others I couldn’t find for how many days do we say them to be effective. Your help in this request would be greatly appreciated.
    Thank you and God Bless your work.