Answered Prayers from the St. Jude Novena, 2021

Thank you so much for joining us in praying the St. Jude Novena! If you’ve had any of your prayers answered throughout this novena, please share those with us all below.

We praise God and give Him all the glory. He is a good, faithful and present Father.

Please do not give up on hope if your prayers have not been answered. The Lord is near. We are praying for you!

Our Next Novena: For Impossible Causes

Our next novena is to a saint who does the impossible.  

That’s seriously what he’s known for — answering impossible prayers!

He’s the patron of hopeless, lost and impossible causes… 

It’s St. Jude :)

We will start praying the St. Jude Novena on Tuesday, October 19th. We’re looking forward to seeking St. Jude’s intercession with you.

You can share your prayer intentions with us all below in the comments – we’re praying for you!

Saint Jude was one of Jesus’ twelve original apostles. He is also known by the name Thaddeus, which means sweetness and gentleness of character.

Saint Jude followed Jesus faithfully until His crucifixion, and then later worked on evangelization.

Very little is known about his life, but we do know that he died as a martyr — some say around 65AD, giving his life to Jesus Christ.

He is now one of the most invoked saints for intercession in desperate situations because his New Testament letter stressed the importance of a faithful person persevering in the environment of harsh circumstances.

You can sign up to pray with us here:

https://www.praymorenovenas.com/st-jude-novena

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

God bless you!

John-Paul & Annie – PrayMoreNovenas.com

Answered Prayers from the St. Therese Novena, 2021

Thank you so much in joining us in praying the St. Therese Novena!

If any of your prayers have been answered throughout this novena, you can share those with us all below. To God be the glory!

We’re praying for you! Don’t give up on hope. The Lord is near!

The Next Novena: To the “Greatest Saint of Modern Times”

The next novena we’re going to pray as a community is one of our favorites, it’s the St. Therese of Lisieux Novena!

Pope Pius X called St. Therese “the greatest saint of modern times.” She’s well known for her “little way” spirituality of doing small, ordinary things with extraordinary love. She wrote in her autobiography, “What matters in life is not great deeds, but great love.”

We will start praying this novena on Wednesday, September 22nd. You can share your prayer intentions with us all below in the comments!

St. Therese suffered a great deal in her life. She lost her mom when she was a young girl. One of her older sisters became like a second mother to her, and St. Therese missed her when her sister entered a convent. St. Therese also suffered from chronic illness and depression. Through it all, she continued to look towards Jesus.

She’s a great example for all of us — a reminder to cling to Jesus through whatever each of us may be going through right now. Let’s look to Jesus!

You can sign up to pray with us here:

https://www.praymorenovenas.com/st-therese-novena

You are already signed up to receive the novena :) 

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

God bless you!

John-Paul & Annie – PrayMoreNovenas.com

Answered Prayers from the Novena for Marriage & Family, 2021

Thank you so much for joining us in praying the Novena for Marriage & Family! If you’ve had any of your prayers answered throughout this novena, you can share those with us all below. To God be the glory!

We are continuing to pray for you every day. Do not give up on hope. Jesus is with you and you are not forgotten.

God bless you!

The Next Novena: for Marriages & Families! 2021

We wanted to let you know about the next novena — it’s one of our favorites (you can scroll down to read why), and we’ll start praying it just a few days after we finish the current Novena to St. Monica.

The next novena is The Novena for Marriage and Family!

St. John Paul II said, “As the family goes, so goes the nation and so goes the whole world in which we live,” so it’s really important that we pray for marriages and families to be strengthened and sanctified.

We will pray for those who are already married, for those who want to be married, for families going through difficult times, and for those in financial distress.

There’s something extra special about this novena… It leads up to the Feast of Mary’s Birthday (the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary)!

The first time we prayed this novena together as a community was nine years ago, leading up to our wedding day! It has been such a gift to pray with you :)

And it is so important that we have strong marriages and strong families. So, we are really looking forward to praying this novena once again, for all Marriages and for Families!

This novena begins on August 30th!

You can sign up for the novena HERE. And you can share your prayer intentions with us all below.

Thank you for praying with us! We’re praying for you.

God bless you!

John-Paul & Annie – PrayMoreNovenas.com

Answered Prayers from the St. Monica Novena, 2021

Thank you so much for joining us in praying the St. Monica Novena!

If you’ve had any of your prayers answered throughout this novena, you can share those with us all below.

We’re praying for you every day!

The Next Novena: A Persistent Saint

Every saint we ask for intercessory prayers is a persistent saint. They’re in Heaven with the Lord, and they desire for us all to be there too.

This next saint we’re calling on is especially known for being a persistent intercessor, and she also desired for those closest to her to reach Heaven someday… 

It’s St. Monica! We’ll start praying the St. Monica Novena on Wednesday, August 18th.

St. Monica prayed for her son’s conversion for more than 15 years. She wept and prayed constantly with faith and hope in God. 

What was the result of all those years of prayer? 

One of the great saints in the history of the Church: her son, St. Augustine! 

That’s why Saint Monica is known for her intercession for those who have fallen away from the faith!

It’s also why we recommend that you pray this novena with the intentions that you’ve been praying for the longest — St. Monica is the perfect intercessor for those intentions!

In addition, Saint Monica is also the patron saint of alcoholics, married women, mothers, wives, and difficult marriages. 

We hope you will join us in praying this novena!

You can sign up here:

https://www.praymorenovenas.com/st-monica-novena

And you can share your prayer intentions with us all in the comments below.

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

Answered Prayers from the St. Anne Novena, 2021

Thank you so much for joining us in praying the St. Anne Novena!

If you’ve had your prayers answered in any way throughout this novena, please share those with us all below. It adds to our hope to hear how the Lord is working in your lives!

We are praying for you every day.

Please do not give up on hope. Jesus is with you and you are not alone!

God bless you!

The Next Novena: St. Anne, pray for us!

The next novena we’re praying together is  the St. Anne Novena!

We will start praying on July 17th!

St. Anne is the mother of the Blessed Virgin Mary and the grandmother of Jesus. She is a very powerful intercessor! 

You may have heard that those discerning marriage often pray to St. Anne for help in finding a spouse. St. Anne is also known to intercede for people for almost any request, and especially for healing.

You could also ask for her intercession for your marriage, for your grandparents or grandchildren, to grow in holiness and patience. You can ask her to pray for whatever it is that’s on your heart, she will bring your intentions to Jesus!

We hope you will join us in praying this novena! We will be praying for you and your intentions throughout the novena.

You can sign up to pray with us here.

And you can share your prayer intentions with us all below in the comments.

We’re praying for you!

The next novena with “the two most glorious Apostles”

The next novena we’re praying is a first for us — it’s the Novena to Saints Peter and Paul!

St. Irenaeus called them the two most glorious Apostles.

Church tradition has always celebrated St. Peter and St. Paul on the same day — their feast day is June 29th.

St. Augustine of Hippo said, “Both apostles share the same feast day, for these two were one; and even though they suffered on different days, they were as one. Peter went first, and Paul followed. And so we celebrate this day made holy for us by the apostles’ blood. Let us embrace what they believed, their life, their labors, their sufferings, their preaching, and their confession of faith.”

We’ll begin their novena on Sunday, June 20th! And you can share your prayer intentions below!

St. Peter is the patron of fishermen, net makers, and ship builders, while St. Paul is the patron of authors, the press, publishers, and writers.

During this novena, we’ll pray for us all to grow in faith and in our trust in the Lord.

We’ll pray that we will become better evangelists, sharing Christ with others.

We’ll pray for our priests, for those discerning religious life, and for those in parish and ministry work.

We’ll pray for our families and communities — for our faith to be a priority and the foundation in our lives. 

As with any and all of the saints, you can pray through their intercession for any intention :)

You can sign up to pray with us here:

https://www.praymorenovenas.com/novena-to-saints-peter-and-paul

And you can share your prayer intentions with us all below!

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

God bless you!

Answered Prayers from the Sacred Heart of Jesus Novena, 2021

Thank you so much for praying the Sacred Heart of Jesus Novena with us!

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

We will continue to pray for you every day.

Please do not give up hope if your prayers have not been seemingly answered yet. The Lord is with you, He is near, let’s continue to seek His guidance each day.