Let’s pray: Jesus, I trust in you!

The next novena we will pray is the Divine Mercy Novena

We will start praying on Friday, April 10th, 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! Feel free to share your prayer intentions below.

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

Answered Prayers from the St. Joseph Novena, 2020

Thank you so much for joining us in praying the St. Joseph, Husband of Mary Novena!

We hope this novena has brought you closer to Jesus and our Father in Heaven through St. Joseph’s intercession!

If you’ve had any prayers answered during this novena, please share those with us all below — to God be all the glory!

We will continue to pray for you!

The Next Novena: The Coronavirus Novena

As soon as we finish the St. Joseph Novena, we will begin The Coronavirus Novena.

While we face the coronavirus pandemic, let us turn to the face of God in prayer and ask for His healing, His help and His protection.

We will start praying on Friday, March 20th.

We will pray for all who are affected, for all who are sick and suffering, for all those who work in the medical profession, and for those who have died as well as for their grieving family members.

We will also pray for those affected financially during this time, such as those who have lost or may lose their jobs.

During this novena we will be asking the intercession of these saints:

The Fourteen Holy Helpers, those who lived during the time of the plague
St. Anthony the Great, patron of those affected by infectious diseases
St. Edmund, patron for victims of pandemics
St. Damien of Molokai, who put himself at risk to minister to those with leprosy.
Rocco, who is venerated for his prayers for those suffering from infectious diseases
St. Joseph, patron of the dying
St. Jude and St. Rita, patrons of impossible causes
St. Frances Xavier Cabrini, who founded hospitals dedicated to caring for the sick
and Mary, Undoer of Knots.

You can sign up to pray with us here.

We know this is an uncertain and sorrowful time, and that God wants us to bring to Him all of our concerns. We will start praying this novena on Friday.

You are not alone. We are all united in prayer during this time.

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

Answered Prayers from the St. Joseph Novena, 2020

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

If you’ve had any prayers answered throughout this novena, please share those with us all below! To God be the glory!

We are continuing to pray for you & your intentions.

A Short Guide for Catholics Coping with the Coronavirus

If churches around you have closed or canceled public Masses and if you are spending more time at home we wanted to share a few online options with you so that you can still watch Mass — and have a fruitful Lent.

Here are a few options for you:

+ You can watch Mass on EWTN’s live feed here. It looks like they have Mass at 8 am EST and 12 pm EST on Sunday. Daily Mass throughout the rest of the week is at the same time. Here’s their schedule. For Mass in ASL or with an Interpreter, please look at the very bottom of this post.

+ You can also make an act of Spiritual Communion by saying a prayer like this one: “My Jesus, I believe that You are present in the Most Holy Sacrament. I love You above all things, and I desire to receive You into my soul. Since I cannot at this moment receive You sacramentally, come at least spiritually into my heart. I embrace You as if You were already there and unite myself wholly to You. Never permit me to be separated from You. Amen.”

+ You can find a live broadcast of perpetual Adoration here.

+ And you can watch, listen or read through the video presentations of our online Lenten Retreat here.

Here are some of the presentations that might be especially helpful right now:

Hope in a Faithful God

St. Joseph – Protector and Father

Overcoming Lies of the Devil, and

The Faith and Doubt of St. Thomas – a guided-meditation.

Finally you can join me (Annie) in praying the Rosary here.

We are praying for you and your intentions during this time. St. Joseph, pray for us!

God bless you!

John-Paul & Annie – PrayMoreNovenas.com

P.S. Here are some resources for those of you who use ASL:

UR ASL Daily Mass Schedule (during the week of March 23 – March 27)
Monday, 3-23-2020 – Fr. Shawn Carey – Archdiocese of Boston
https://www.youtube.com/user/DeafApostolateBoston

10:30am ET, 9:30am CT, 8:30am MT, 7:30am PT

Tuesday, 3-24-2020 – Fr. Mike Depcik – Archdiocese of Detroit
www.facebook.com/deafmass
10:30am ET, 9:30am CT, 8:30am MT, 7:30am PT

Wednesday, 3-25-2020 – Fr. Matthew Hysell, Ottawa , Canada
https://www.facebook.com/ICDACanadianSection/
8:30pm ET, 7:30pm CT, 6:30pm MT, 5:30 PT

Thursday – 3-26-2020 – Fr. Paul Zirimenya – Archdiocese of San Francisco
www.facebook.com/stbenedictparish
12:00 noon PT, 1:00 pm MT, 2:00 CT, 3:00 ET

Friday – 3-27-2020 – Fr. Christopher Klusman – Archdiocese of Milwaukee
8:30 PT, 9:30 MT, 10:30am CT, 11:30am ET
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFehFLYZnpdfkh5-0rmZPoQ (for now)

Friday – 3:00pm ET, 2:00 CT, 1:00 MT, 12:00noon PT
Divine Mercy Chaplet – Kate Slosar/Sr. Kathleen Schipani
www.facebook.com/icdaus

Friday – Fr. Mike Depcik – Stations of the Cross and Adoration TBA
www.facebook.com/deafmass

Day 5 – St. Joseph Novena 2020

Believe in yourself and all that you are. (3)Here’s Day 5 of the St. Joseph Novena!

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This next novena is to the Guardian of the Redeemer…

The next novena we will pray is to a powerful patron. Saint John Paul II called this saint the Guardian of the Redeemer. 

The next novena we will pray together is the Novena to Saint Joseph, Husband of Mary!

We will start praying on Tuesday, March 10th. 

St. Joseph humbly accepted his role as guardian, husband and father in the Holy Family. Therefore, St. Joseph’s intercession has been sought for centuries.

St. Joseph was clearly very close to our Lord and so we come to him with this novena with a sense of humility because of his great humility.

You can sign up to pray with us here.

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

God bless you!

John-Paul & Annie – PrayMoreNovenas.com

The Next Novena is to the Guardian of the Redeemer!

The next novena we will pray is to a powerful patron. Saint John Paul II called this saint the Guardian of the Redeemer. 

The next novena we will pray together is the Novena to Saint Joseph, Husband of Mary!

We will start praying on Sunday, March 10th. 

St. Joseph humbly accepted his role as guardian, husband and father in the Holy Family. Therefore, St. Joseph’s intercession has been sought for centuries.

St. Joseph was clearly very close to our Lord and so we come to him with this novena with a sense of humility because of his great humility.

You can ask your friends & family to sign up here:

http://www.praymorenovenas.com/st-joseph-novena/

And you can share your prayer intentions below!

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

God bless you!

Answered Prayers from the St. Rita Novena

Thank you for joining us in praying the St. Rita Novena!

If you’ve had any of your prayers answered, please share those with us all below.

To God be all the glory!

We are continuing to pray for you & your needs.

A Novena for Impossible Causes

We’re really looking forward to this next novena — it’s one we haven’t prayed together before! But it’s been one that has been the most requested :)

The next novena is through the intercession of St. Rita of Cascia.

St. Rita, together with St. Jude, is known as the patron saint of impossible causes. She’s also the patron saint of difficult marriages, infertility and parenthood.

We will start the St. Rita Novena on January 31st.

St. Rita was a wife, mother, widow, and then she became a nun in a religious community.

Her life was full of difficult trials. Her husband was harsh and cruel. Her two sons passed away before she did. And she was not initially accepted into her religious community.

However, St. Rita was known for her strong faith and perseverance in prayer. She often meditated on Christ’s passion, and later in her life, she developed wounds on her forehead, which many associated with the wounds from Christ’s crown of thorns.

We will pray this novena to ask for St. Rita’s intercession in our difficult trials and impossible causes.

You can sign up here to join us in prayer.

Thank you for praying with us! 

We’re praying for you.

God bless you!

John-Paul & Annie – PrayMoreNovenas.com

Answered Prayers from the St. Peregrine Novena

Thank you for joining us in praying the St. Peregrine Novena!

If you’ve had any prayers answered throughout this novena, please share those with us all below!

To God be the glory!

We are continuing to pray for you & your intentions.

From Our Family to Yours: Merry Christmas!

We would really love to mail a Christmas card out to you and everyone else who is praying with us, but with so many people, it’s just not possible. Instead, we’re sharing our card with you here!

We hope it brings you Joy this Christmas season! Here it is!

We hope you’ve had a very Merry Christmas! We are looking forward to praying the next novena with you, and we will announce it very soon!

Thank you for joining us in prayer and praying for the other members of Pray More Novenas.

God Bless you!
John-Paul & Annie


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