Another Way to Pray More Novenas!

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From the very start, Pray More Novenas was created to help us all pray… more… novenas. ;)

Well, now we’re adding another way that will hopefully help even more people pray more novenas!

We’re excited to announce that we are working on offering all of our novenas as a video & audio recording — starting with the St. Therese Novena!

We realize that people like to pray in many different ways, and one of those ways is by listening to someone else pray alongside them, or by listening to that prayer when they’re on the go — driving, getting ready for the day, or makanniepodcastinging coffee in the morning.

St. John Paul II said that, “People grow or diminish in moral stature by the words which they speak and the messages which they choose to hear.”

We want people to hear the message of God’s unconditional love, His unending mercy, and His open arms by joining us in prayer — whether it be through the emails we send or the podcasts we’re creating right now.

Screenshot 2015-09-20 at 10.06.05 AMWhichever way you like to pray best, we want to help you pray more novenas, and never forget to finish one — but most of all, of course, we simply want to bring you closer to Christ.

Thank you for joining us in prayer — in whichever way you like best! Thanks be to God for the Pray More Novenas community.

St. John Paul II, please pray for us as we use new media to pray more novenas!

We will let you know how you can sign up to receive the audio & video recording as soon as possible! 

You will be able to subscribe to receive the daily prayers as a video or audio recording on iTunes & Youtube, and we will send out those links soon.


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  1. This site has provided significant enrichment to the prayer life I share with my wife. Further, it has aided my time time with the Rosary and my devotion to Mary.

    An epiphany happened to me today as I was on a daily walk saying a Rosary (Joyful Mysteries). As a cradle Catholic, I have always had an admiration for Mary and defended this practice to any Protestant who did not understand her significance, i.e., “she was only a vessel… blah, blah, blah.”

    But today, I understood her significance anew. During the first Joyful mystery, I am awestruck that this young teenager accepts what Gabriel is telling her; her faith says yes without question despite the personal suffering she will endure as an unwed teen. But instead of focusing on her challenge, she instead gives hope and assistance to Elizabeth.

    During this Joyful mystery, Mary and Elizabeth must have conversed about the divine intervention in their lives. Yet, they both knew that suffering was inevitable; nonetheless, they were joyful despite the foreshadowing of the untimely deaths both sons would endure.

    Mary then brings forth her Son to the world of corruption that is to be transformed by Justice. And for those who are willing to hear, the transformation occurs. But so many chose then not to hear nor do we hear today.

    Mary knew this Justice would not be accepted when Simeon advised her that He would change the world, but not before his own end that would pierce her heart.

    Perhaps there was reprieve when Jesus went back to the Temple as a young teen and impressed the very ones that would put him to death about 21 years later.

    Yet, it is Mary that survives the indignities to her Son. She endures not only his death, but that of so many others because of the salvation message of peace and justice from her Son. How many martyrs did she witness? How many times did she have to listen to lies and slander? Yet, we know her faith stood strong and her Spirit remained hopeful and true. This is a testament to enduring the trials we face in our lives that sometimes seem to never have an end.

    Ultimately, Mary is the most significant apostle of her Son. Countless is the number of followers who have come to the salvation of Jesus through Mary. And today, I understood this in its significance for perhaps the first time in my half-century-plus life. Hail Mary, Full of Grace!

  2. For healing from extreme physical abuse and incestual abuse for my two daughters. I didn’t even know some of the extent until today. I did leave him two weeks after I found out. This happened in the early 80’s, when these topics were still hush hush in my community. Thank you for praying.

  3. Thank you for this site I am so lax with my prayers. I’m hoping Mary gives me a BIG nudge to get back to basics. I am so afraid the way the world and our beautiful country is turning to such hate, fakery, wars, and distrust.
    I have had a great life and would like to pass this o0nto my children, grand children and great-grand children.

    Mary pray for us.

  4. Thank you so much for this new feature you are offering. I’m hoping it will help me to pay more novena with my children. May God bless ya’ll in all your endeavors.