A Novena is an ancient devotion that consists of 9 days of prayer. Novenas are often prayed in preparation for a feast day or for a specific intention.
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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. Ambrose Novena – St. Ambrose is the patron saint of learning and bee keeping!
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. Clare of Assisi Novena – Founder of the, “Poor Clares,” and devoted follower of St. Francis of Assisi, St. Clare led a simple life of poverty and prayer.
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. Gianna Beretta Molla Novena – Patron of mothers, physicians and unborn children.
St. Ignatius of Antioch – The second Bishop of Antioch and a martyr who died for his faith.
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. John Paul II Novena – One of the most beloved popes in history.
St. John Vianney Novena – Patron of Parish Priests.
St. Josemaría Escrivá Novena – Founder of Opus Dei (which means “Work of God” in Latin), an institution within the Catholic Church that is dedicated to helping people follow Jesus in their daily life. He is also the patron saint of those suffering from Diabetes.
St. Joseph, Husband of Mary Novena – Husband of the blessed Virgin Mary and Foster Father of Jesus.
St. Joseph of Cupertino Novena – Patron saint of test takers, students and aviators. Also known as the “Flying Friar” because he would levitate while deep in prayer.
St. Jude Novena – Probably the most popular of all the novenas, St. Jude is the patron of lost causes.
St. Maria Goretti Novena – The youngest canonized saint in the history of the Church, known for her intercessory prayer for purity, chastity and miracles.
St. Maximilian Kolbe Novena – Hero of the concentration camp Poland.
St. Michael the Archangel Novena – Prince of Angels and protector of the Church.
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. Philip Neri Novena – Known as the Apostle of Rome he was very humorous and had a big heart.
St. Philomena Novena – Virgin and Martyr of the early Church, she is known for her powerful intercession.
St. Rose of Lima Novena – The first canonized saint of the New World and is most well known as the patroness of Latin America and the Philippines.
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.
St. Teresa of Avila Novena – One of the first women to be named a Doctor of the Church. She is the patron saint of sick people and people in religious orders.
St. Mother Teresa of Calcutta Novena and the Mother Teresa Novena – She was a Nobel Prize winner and helper of the poorest of the poor. She is so greatly loved that we have two different novenas you can choose from!
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.
Corpus Christi Novena – celebrates the institution of the Sacrament of Holy Communion at the Last Supper.
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.
Holy Cross Novena – The feast of the exaltation of the Holy Cross.
Immaculate Conception Novena – The celebration of Mary’s conception without sin.
Nativity of Blessed Virgin Mary Novena (also known as the Novena for Marriage & Family) – 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.
Christ the King Novena – The feast of Christ the King.
Novenas to Mary
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.
The Litany of the Saints — A prayer that asks a long list of known saints to pray for us.
A Prayer for All Saints Day — A prayer that thanks God for the witness of the saints, and that asks God to make us holy so that we may join Him in heaven.
The Prayer of St. Gertrude the Great for the Souls in Purgatory — A prayer for the poor souls in Purgatory.
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