Favorite Novenas and Prayers
Submitted by Our Members
These novenas and  prayers have been submitted by our members who wish to share them.
Some may bring back memories of childhood when moms  or dads prayed them aloud in our homes.

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All you holy Saints of God,
pray for us. and for our prodigal loved ones.
                                                                   ~The Litany of the Saints

     

Novena to Saint Rita            click here for novena prayer

Comments: I recently learned of St. Rita and can not remember where or how, but sought out the novena and found that the very day I began it, my request was answered in a most impossible way ~ and that is who she is, the Saint of the Impossible. Today thoughts of the prayer group kept coming to me regarding St. Rita, and so I am sending it along for your consideration. I was happy to see that you now have links on your site to none other than her shrine. Its been awhile since I've been to the site...it's wonderful. It gave me joy to see, once again, how our Heavenly Father is never a minute too early or late when it comes to leading us through this oftimes perilous journey on our way home. ~MCW

Novena to St. Martha            click here for novena prayer
Comments: St. Martha was a favorite of my mother's.  When my husband and I wanted another child,  in January I began this novena, and novenas to the Infant of Prague and Our Lady of Perpetual Help, praying to be pregnant by the end of the year.  My baby was born in October.  ~MAG
Novena to St. Joseph     click here for novena prayer
Comments: This novena was given to me when I was out of work.  After I started praying it, things started looking up. I guess one should expect St. Joseph would  come to the aid of a working man  ~RG
Novena to St. Theresa, the Little Flower     click here for novena prayer
Comments: Roses show up often when I have a need and pray this novena prayer.  Try it!  ~AH
Novena of the Chaplet of the Holy Face     click here for novena prayer

Comments:  This devotion asks for the downfall of our Lord's ememies.  It originated in France.  I think it would be a good one to pray to bring our prodigals home again. -  Saint Ethanasius stated that when devils were asked what verse in Scripture they feared the most, they responded with "the beginning of Psalm 68" which they said always makes them flee. 

"Let God arise, let His enemies be scattered;
let those who hate Him flee before His Holy Face."  Psalm 68

Novena to the Sacred Heart and Saint Jude      click here for novena prayer
Comments:  This Prayer did WORK