Day 2 – The Coronavirus Novena 2020

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Believe in yourself and all that you are. (3)Here’s Day 2 of the Coronavirus Novena!

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  1. For my dad whose putting himself @risk of getting something and his immune system isn’t very strong so i’m asking that you protect him throughout these hard times.

  2. Oh Most Merciful Redeemer, hear the crys of a humble and aching heart.

    Praying for all people suffering from this Pandemic.
    Love ones who have died, those who didn’t get medical treatment due to the lack of supplies in different parts of the world. Those who have this covid -19 virus , be strong and trust in God.
    May the necessary medical supplies increase and the testing supplies increase in Jesus Holy Name!
    Praying for the youth to respect authority and do Self Distancing!

    I pray for the Protect for all our medical team and healthcare workers in the frontline in Jesus name!

    Praying for our Holy Father, Pope Francis, Priests, lay ministers, and church leaders who are in isolation!
    Praying that we make a Spiritual Communion often.

    Praying for those people who’ve lost their way, increase the faith… They know not what to do with themselves. I pray for their guidance to seek You, Oh Merciful Lord immediately, in Jesus Holy Name.

    May we have the humility to ask for your forgiveness Oh Merciful Lord, in Jesus Holy name.
    Lord you know all the details in our lives, change us, redeem us, from our ungodly ways. We need to repent and ask for your forgiveness immediately in Jesus Holy Name!
    Praying for everyone doing this Novena and all their concerns in Jesus Holy Name.
    Praying for all members in our pray group and their protection and safety, until we gather again in Jesus Holy Name.
    Praying for all the children home from school and the parents in Jesus Holy Name.
    Amen ❤️🙏❤️

  3. Prayers for All during this Pandemic including those diagnosed with the Virus, those who have passed away and their families, our leaders, our Health Care Experts, Doctors, Nurses, Clergy. Prayers All will comply with restrictions directed of them to flatten the curve.

    Prayers for a successful surgery on April 1 with no further issues. Prayers for Bob who is in Hospice, and Anthony recently diagnosed with Cancer.

  4. A nun I’ve been following online for the last 12 years, Sister Mary Martha, just wrote this:


    Take a breath. St. Corona is not the official patron saint of pandemics, plagues and epidemics. She is, however, revered as the patron saint of pandemics, plagues and epidemics in Austria and Bavaria. Maybe they know something we don’t.

    Nothing in her story, which probably isn’t true, indicates why that would be the case. Nor is it in any way clear why her actual patronage is TREASURE HUNTERS. Like, Indiana Jones type treasure hunters. And also gambling.

    Her pal, St. Victor was tortured for being Christian and eventually martyred. Little St. Corona, only 16 years old, stayed with him to comfort him during his ordeal. She met an even worse fate. According to legend, Saint Corona was arrested and tied by her feet to the tops of two palm trees which were bent to the ground. When the palms were let loose she was torn apart. And FYI, her name wasn’t Corona. We don’t know what her name was. Her saintly name comes from the idea that, as a saint, she has a halo.

    Ironically, her mortal remains are now housed in the city of Anzu in northern Italy, the epicenter of the recent outbreak of Coronavirus in Europe. Her feast day is May 14.

    Perhaps, at least, she is a guide to how to behave in these difficult times.”

    She also writes:


    If you’re looking for a friend in Heaven to help you through these difficult times:
    – St. Rock, the patron saint for plague (and Dog Lovers)
    – St. Rosalia, the patron saint for plague (and people you never miss when they are gone)
    – The Infant of Prague: financial stability
    – St. Joseph: taking care of your family”

  5. Please pray for my mom, who is 73 and sometimes has brief coughing fits predating the virus, as I work in a nursing home and have been to a few stores looking for sanitizer—which I generally buy. I admit to not having taken this seriously in my skepticism about the Coronavirus making it to the most Midwest of the Midwest, but it might be my biggest mistake, since it has come here. Thank you! Also God bless the others needing prayers!

  6. Please pray for my daughter who is expecting our granddaughter in 5 weeks. May she be born healthy, and may all the healthcare workers, who risk their lives for others, remain virus free. Amen