List of All Catholic Novena Prayers

Novena Prayer is a private prayer or collective prayer for nine consecutive days that is said to get a special grace, ask for a special gift or make a special request. Usually the Novena Prayer is said for nine consecutive days at the same time.

The word Novena itself is the feminine form of the Medieval Latin word “novenus”, which is the ordinal number of “novem”. Within the Catholic church itself, a Novena is a devotion consisting of many prayers that are said for nine consecutive days. This is a prayer that is said to ask for a special grace to be granted.

All these devoted themselves with one accord to prayer, together with some women, and Mary the mother of Jesus, and his brothers.

Acts 1:14

What is a Novena Prayer?

Novena Prayer is a private prayer or collective prayer for nine consecutive days that is said to get a special grace, ask for a special gift or make a special request.

The word novena is taken from “novem,” the Latin word for nine. A novena is made up of nine days of prayer and meditation usually to ask God for special prayer requests or petitions.

Novenas are often used to ask specific saints to pray for us. The Saint Jude Novena, for example, is prayed to ask Saint Jude to intercede on behalf of a request that seems especially dire.

Novenas are an ancient tradition that goes back to the days of the Apostles. Jesus told His disciples to pray together after His ascension into heaven, so they went to an upper room along with the Blessed Virgin Mary, (Acts 1:14) and joined constantly in prayer for nine days.

These nine days of constant prayer by the Apostles at the direction of Jesus led up to Pentecost. This is when the Holy Spirit descended upon the disciples as “tongues of fire” (Acts 2:1-4). This pattern of 9 days of prayer is the basis the novenas we pray today.

Thus, the novena is an imitation of the Lord’s command to the Apostles when they prayed for 9 days in anticipation of the coming of the Holy Spirit.

This Catholic prayer practice likely originated from the “first novena” shared in the Acts of the Apostles. Before Jesus ascended into Heaven, the disciples gathered together to ask him about the restoration of Israel.

Jesus said to them, “It is not for you to know the times or seasons that the Father has established by his own authority.

But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes upon you, and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem, throughout Judea and Samaria, and to the ends of the earth” (Acts 1: 7-8).

So the disciples and Mary waited together, praying for the Holy Spirit to guide them. Finally, nine days later, the Holy Spirit came down on them. “When the time for Pentecost was fulfilled, they were all in one place together” (Acts 2:1).

When the disciples prayed together for nine days for the coming of the Holy Spirit, they modeled the novena prayer method that is so popular today.

Types of Novena Prayer

  • Anticipation. We pray novenas in anticipation before or after a funeral, praying for the soul of the person who has passed away and asking God to be close to those who mourn them. This could be a saint’s novena that they were close to or a novena to Christ, such as the Sacred Heart Novena.
  • Preparation. We hope to prepare ourselves for the nine days leading up to a sacrament or another important day with these novenas. For example, some couples might pray a novena before their wedding day, or you might pray the St. Andrew Christmas Novena leading up to the Birth of Jesus.
  • Petition. Novenas in petition ask God to answer a prayer or ask a specific saint for their intercession. First, identify your petition or intention for prayer. Then, select a saint associated with the subject matter.
  • Penance. These novenas are prayed as an act of penitence; we pray for nine days asking God for His mercy. They are often given as a penance after the sacrament of confession.

Why Pray a Novena?

We pray for novenas for a specific intention or grace, such as for a loved one, healing, forgiveness, clarity with a big decision, etc. However, they aren’t magic.

We cannot assume that our prayers will be answered immediately. And, sometimes, what we pray for isn’t exactly what we need.

Rather, we pray novenas to grow in patience and place our trust in God, just as the Apostles prayed in anticipation of the Holy Spirit coming to them.

We pray novenas to become disciples, growing in discipline and opening our hearts to God’s will. Whether our intention is answered or not, we finish the nine days in gratitude for God’s presence in our lives.

When do You Pray a Novena?

Some novenas are prayed during specific times, such as the Divine Mercy Novena that begins on Good Friday.

Traditionally, many people choose to pray novenas asking for a saint’s intercession on the nine days leading up to that saint’s feast day.

If you’re praying before a sacrament or event, you’ll pray the novena for nine days before or after it.

In truth, you really can pray a novena at any time. Novenas guide us to grow our trust in God — and that’s something we need in all seasons of life.

10 Benefits of Novena Prayer

  • Novena Prayer helps you develop a relationship with God

Just like your parents here on earth, your Heavenly Father wants to hear from you and talk to you.

When you pray, He listens. Then He answers your prayers in the form of thoughts, spiritual feelings, scripture, or even the actions of other people.

  • Novena Prayer helps you gain an understanding of God’s loving nature

The scriptures teach, “God is love” (1 John 4:8). You can feel that love as you speak daily with Him through prayer, seeking His guidance in your life.

  • Novena Prayer provides answers

Praying and listening to the answers God gives you can help you better understand your purpose in life. God will help you understand why you are here and what you can do to return to live with Him after this life.

  • Novena Prayer helps you find direction in your life

When you privately pray to God, you can work through serious decisions in your life. God always listens and often provides the specific answers and guidance we seek.

Even when He chooses not to answer immediately or in the way we might have hoped, prayer itself is a way to find peace.

  • Novena Prayer gives you strength to avoid temptation

Jesus counseled His disciples, “Watch and pray, that ye enter not into temptation” (Matthew 26:41).

Through prayer, we can overcome temptations to sin. Pray for God’s help to keep you from making wrong choices. This will give you the strength to do what is right.

  • Novena Prayer aligns your will with God’s will

The purpose of prayer is not necessarily to tell God how you want Him to do things. Rather, it’s to better understand Him and His ways, bringing yourself into alignment with His will. As C.S. Lewis is often attributed as saying, prayer “doesn’t change God. It changes me.”

  • Novena Prayer and regular fasting can help you accept God’s will

Jesus fasted for 40 days and 40 nights before He began His ministry on the earth. As He did this, He communed with His Father in Heaven in prayer. Likewise, if you pray and fast, you can feel closer to God and better understand the things He wants you to do.

  • Novena Prayer can work miracles

Throughout the scriptures, we see many examples of the Lord working miracles as an answer to prayer.

In Old Testament times, the prophet Daniel was thrown into a lions’ den because he refused to stop praying.

When he prayed to God in the lions’ den, angels appeared and closed the mouths of the lions.

Through daily prayer, you can also experience personal miracles such as healing, peace, and forgiveness for sins.

  • Novena Prayer invites the Holy Spirit into your life

As you pray daily, you invite the Holy Spirit to be with you and to comfort and direct you. The Holy Spirit can give you answers, help you feel God’s love, and bring feelings of peace and joy into your heart.

  • Novena Prayer helps you become more like Jesus

Jesus set the perfect example of prayer. If you try to follow His example through prayer, you will become more like Him and develop a better relationship with Him and Heavenly Father.

How to pray A Novena?

  • Identify your intention

Before you commit to praying for nine days, take some time to consider what your intention is for prayer. Are you looking to prepare yourself for an event spiritually? Or pray for a loved one that is struggling?

Maybe you’re simply looking for encouragement to develop a strong prayer habit. Remember: asking the Holy Spirit for guidance is never a bad idea!

  • Choose a novena

After you’ve taken some time to prepare yourself for prayer, select a novena that matches your intention.

This might be a prayer for that specific intention, or it might be a novena to a saint who is known and loved in the subject you’re struggling with or feeling gratitude for in this season of your life.

Know that it doesn’t have to be a “perfect” fit; by taking time each day to pray for a special intention will hopefully bring you clarity, peace and guide you to put your trust in God.

  • Dedicate nine days

Once you start a novena, dedicate time each day to being present with God and pray it with Him. Sometimes staying on track is difficult.

We recommend setting aside a specific time and setting a reminder on your phone or adding it to your calendar for the nine days. You might also consider asking someone to pray the novena with you to hold each other accountable.

  • Embrace the novena

When you set out on this prayer journey, try to embrace it each day fully. Each day might look a little different for you, but try to accompany your time in prayer with other acts of faith.

This might be fasting from social media or gossip, or it could be doing a kind thing for someone else each day. Let these nine days of prayer transform you in more ways than just devoting the time to pray each day.

  • Be patient

Remember, novenas aren’t magic. If you come to the end of your novena and your prayers appear to be unanswered, know that God hears your prayers and loves you.

And often, our prayers are not answered in the way we hoped. Ask for God’s help in trusting in Him and in desiring that His will be done.

Why is a Novena 9 Days?

There are a few reasons why the number nine might be significant.

The first comes from the Acts of the Apostles, when Jesus told His disciples to gather together and pray after His Ascension into Heaven. Tradition tells us that the Apostles, along with the Blessed Virgin Mary, went to the Upper Room and prayed together for the nine days between Jesus’ Ascension (believed to have been 40 days after His Passion/Passover) and Pentecost.

Another reason could be that nine is significant because of the nine months that Mary carried Jesus in her womb. In fact, people in the Middle Ages traditionally spent nine days in prayer leading up to Christmas to signify the nine months that Jesus spent in the womb of His mother!

I love these two thoughts behind the significance of the number. The parallel between Jesus spending nine months in Mary’s womb before coming forth to fulfill His mission on Earth, and Mary and the Apostles spending nine days in prayer before going forth to spread the Gospel is so striking.

What if I miss a day?

That’s okay, it happens! If you a miss a day, you can do one of a few things…

You can either:

  • Skip the day you missed altogether.
  • Say two of the daily prayers in one day to catch up
  • Say the prayer of the day you missed and just be one day behind everybody else.

It’s up to you, and whatever you choose to do is okay. There are no “rules” and there are no “consequences.” God is forgiving and merciful!

Which is The Most Powerful Novena Prayers?

Novena prayers are known for being very powerful in helping with specific problems. If you are seeking urgent help in your life, recite one of these 16 powerful Novena Prayers for Special Favors And Miracles.

  1. St. Therese Novena Prayer
  2. Divine Mercy Novena Prayer
  3. Novena to the Immaculate Heart of Mary
  4. Christmas Novena Prayer
  5. St. Joseph Novena Prayer
  6. Our Lady of Sorrows Novena
  7. St. Jude Novena Prayer
  8. Holy Spirit Novena Prayer
  9. St. Anthony of Padua Novena Prayer
  10. Three Hail Marys Novena Prayer
  11. St. Rita Novena Prayers
  12. Novena to the Precious Blood of Jesus
  13. St. Martha Novena Prayer
  14. Mother of Perpetual Help Novena Prayers
  15. Saint Expedite Novena Prayer
  16. Holy Name of Jesus Novena Prayer

Novena Prayer For Special request or Intentions

List of Novena Calender

List of All Novenas Prayer

We have collected some of our favorite Novena prayers from over the years to share with you. Use these prayers to Mention your request through this Novena Prayer. regardless of what struggles and difficulties we may face throughout the year.

Novena PrayerNovena BeginsFeast Day
St. Marguerite Bourgeoys Novena Prayer January 3 January 12
St. Hilary Poitiers Novena Prayer January 4 January 13
Infant Jesus of Prague Novena Prayer January 5 January 14
St. Joseph Vaz Novena Prayer January 7 January 16
Our Lady of Hope Novena Prayer January 8 January 17
St. Margaret of Hungary Novena Prayer January 9 January 18
St. Sebastian Novena Prayer January 11 January 20
St. Agnes Novena Prayer January 12 January 21
St. Marianne Cope Novena Prayer January 14 January 23
St. Francis de Sales Novena Prayer January 15 January 24
St Paul The Apostle Novena Prayer January 16 January 25
St. Titus Novena Prayer January 17 January 26
St. Timothy Novena Prayer January 17 January 26
St. Angela Merici Novena Prayer January 18 January 27
St. Thomas Aquinas Novena Prayer January 19 January 28
St. John Bosco Novena Prayer January 22 January 31
St. Brigid of Ireland Novena Prayer January 19 February 1
Our Lady of Good Success Novena Prayer January 24 February 2
St. Blaise Novena Prayer January 25 February 3
St. Agatha Novena Prayer January 27 February 5
St. Josephine Bakhita Novena Prayer January 30 February 8
St. Apollonia Novena Prayer January 31 February 9
St. Scholastica Novena Prayer February 1 February 9
Our Lady of Confidence Novena Prayer February 1 February 9
Our Lady of Lourdes Novena Prayer February 2 February 11
St. Agabus Novena Prayer February 4 February 13
St. Valentine Novena Prayer February 5 February 14
St. Claude de la Colombiere Novena Prayer February 6 February 15
St. Peter Damian Novena Prayer February 12 February 21
St. Margaret of Cortona Novena Prayer February 13 February 22
St. Polycarp Novena Prayer February 14 February 23
St. Walburga Novena Prayer February 16 February 25
Gabriel of Our Lady of Sorrows February 18 February 27
St. David of Wales Novena Prayer February 20 March 1
St. Katharine Drexel Novena Prayer February 22 March 3
St. Colette Novena Prayer February 25 March 6
Novena To Saints Perpetua and Felicity February 26 March 7
St. John of God Novena Prayer February 28 March 8
Novena of Grace March 4 / November 25 March 12 / December 3
St. Patrick Novena Prayer March 8 March 17
St. Cyril of Jerusalem Novena Prayer March 9 March 18
St. Joseph Novena Prayer March 10 March 19
Annunciation Novena Prayer March 16 March 17
St. Isidore of Seville Novena Prayer March 26 April 4
St. Vincent Ferrer Novena Prayer March 27 April 5
St. Gemma Galgani Novena Prayer April 2 April 11
St. Teresa of Los Andes Novena Prayer April 3 April 12
St. Bernadette Novena Prayer April 7 April 16
St. Benedict Joseph Labre Novena Prayer April 8 April 17
St. Anselm of Canterbury Novena Prayer April 12 April 21
St. George Novena Prayer April 14 April 23
St. Zita Novena Prayer April 18 April 27
Our Lady of Montserrat April 18 April 27
St. Gianna Beretta Novena Prayer April 19 April 28
St. Louis de Montfrot Novena Prayer April 19 April 28
St. Peter Chanel Novena Prayer April 19 April 28
St. Catherine of Siena Novena Prayer April 20 April 29
Our Lady of Africa Novena Prayer April 21 April 30
Pope Saint Pius V Novena Prayer April 21 April 30
St. Peregrine Novena Prayer April 22 May 1
St. Athanasius Novena Prayer April 23 May 2
St. Philip and James Novena Prayer April 24 May 3
St. Dominic Savio Novena Prayer April 27 May 6
Our Lady of Pompeii Novena Prayer April 30 May 8 / October 7
St. Damien of Molokai Novena Prayer May 1 May 10
St. John of Avila Novena Prayer May 1 May 10
St. Leopoldo Mandic Novena Prayer May 3 May 12
Our Lady of Fatima Novena Prayer May 4 May 13
St. Matthias Novena Prayer May 5 May 14
St. Dymphna Novena Prayer May 6 May 15
St. Isidore The Farmer Novena Prayer May 6 May 15
Our Lady of China Novena Prayer May The Second Sunday of May
St. Brendan Novena Prayer May 7 May 16
St. Paschal Baylon Novena Prayer May 8 May 17
Pope St. John I Novena Prayer May 9 May 18
Pope St. Celestine V Novena Prayer May 10 May 19
St. Ivo of Brittany Novena Prayer May 10 May 19
St. Bernardine of Siena Novena Prayer May 11 Cell
St. Cristóbal Magallanes Novena Prayer May 12 Cell
St. Crispin of Viterbo Novena Prayer May 12 Cell
St. Rita Novena Prayer May 13 Cell
Novena Prayer to the Holy Spirit Friday after Ascension Thursday On Pentecost
St. John Baptist De Rossi Novena Prayer May 14 May 23
Mary Help of Christians May 15 May 24
St. Mary Magdalen de Pazzi Novena Prayer May 16 May 25
St. Pope Gregory VII Novena Prayer May 16 May 25
St. Philip Neri Novena Prayer May 17 May 26
St. Augustine of Canterbury Novena Prayer May 18 May 27
St. Bede the Venerable Novena Prayer May 18 May 27
St. Madeleine Sophie Barat Novena Prayer May 20 May 29
St. Joan of Arc Novena Prayer May 21 May 30
St. Paschasius Radbertus Novena Prayer May 22 May 31
St. Boniface Novena Prayer May 27 June 5
St. Columba Novena Prayer May 31 June 9
St. Ephrem the Syrian Novena Prayer May 31 June 9
St. Barnabas Novena Prayer June 2 June 11
Sacred Heart of Jesus Novena Prayer June 19 days after Pentecost
St. Anthony of Padua Novena Prayer June 4 June 13
St. Alice of Schaerbeek Novena Prayer June 6 June 15
Holy spirit Novena Prayer 10 days before Pentecost On Pentecost
St. John Francis Regis Novena Prayer June 7 June 16
St. Elizabeth of Schonau Novena Prayer June 9 June 18
St. Juliana Falconieri Novena Prayer June 10 June 19
17 Irish Martyrs Novena Prayer June 11 June 20
St. Thomas More Novena Prayer June 13 June 22
St. John Fisher Novena Prayer June 13 June 22
St. Joseph Cafasso Novena Prayer June 14 June 23
Corpus Christi Novena Prayer June 14 June 23
St. John the Baptist Novena Prayer June 15 June 24
St. Prosper of Aquitaine Novena Prayer June 16 June 25
St. Josemaria Novena Prayer June 17 June 26
Mother of Perpetual Help Novena Prayer June 18 June 27
St. Cyril of Alexandria Novena Prayer June 18 June 27
St. Vincenza Gerosa Novena Prayer June 19 June 28
St. Peter Novena Prayer June 20 June 29
St. Junipero Serra Novena Prayer June 22 July 1
St. Oliver Plunkett Novena Prayer June 22 July 1
St. Thomas the Apostle Novena Prayer June 24 July 3
Blessed Pier Giorgio Frassati Novena Prayer June 25 July 4
St. Elizabeth of Portugal Novena Prayer June 25 July 4
Our Lady of Consolation Novena Prayer June 26 July 5
St. Maria Goretti Novena Prayer June 28 July 6
St. Veronica Giuliani Novena Prayer June 30 July 9
St. Benedict Novena Prayer July 2 July 11
St. Silas Novena Prayer July 4 July 13
St. Kateri Tekakwitha Novena Prayer July 5 July 14
St. Bonaventure Novena Prayer July 6 July 15
Our Lady of Mount Carmel Novena Prayer July 7 July 16
St. Camillus De Lellis Novena Prayer July 9 July 18
St. Mary Magdalene Novena Prayer July 13 July 22
St. Bridget of Sweden Novena Prayer July 14 July 23
St. Charbel Novena Prayer July 15 July 24
St. Christopher Novena Prayer July 16 July 25
St. James The Greater Novena Prayer July 16 July 25
St. Anne Novena Prayer July 17 July 26
St. Titus Brandsma Novena Prayer July 18 July 27
St. Martha Novena Prayer July 20 July 29
Blessed Solanus Casey Novena Prayer July 21 July 30
St. Ignatius of Loyola Novena Prayer July 22 July 31
St. Alphonsus Liguori Novena Prayer July 24 August 2
St. John Vianney Novena Prayer July 26 August 4
Novena Prayer For Priests July 26 August 4
St. Cajetan Novena Prayer July 28 August 7
St. Dominic Novena Prayer July 30 August 8
St. Mary Mackillop Novena Prayer July 30 August 8
St. Lawrence Novena Prayer August 1 August 10
St. Clare of Assisi Novena Prayer August 2 August 11
St. Philomena Novena Prayer August 2 August 11
St. Maximilian Kolbe Novena Prayer August 5 August 14
Novena to Blessed Michael Mcgivney August 5 August 14
Assumption Novena Prayer August 6 August 15
St. Roch Novena Prayer August 7 August 16
St. Helena Novena Prayer August 9 August 18
St. Bernard of Clairvaux Novena Prayer August 11 August 20
Our Lady of Knock Novena Prayer August 12 August 21
Immaculate Heart of Mary Novena Prayer August 13 August 22
St. Louis IX, King of France Novena Prayer August 16 August 25
Our Lady of Czestochowa Novena Prayer August 17 August 26
St. Mary of Jesus Crucified Novena Prayer August 17 August 26
St. Monica Novena Prayer August 18 August 27
St. Augustine Novena Prayer August 19 August 28
St. Rose of Lima Novena Prayer August 21 August 30
St. Gregory the Great Novena Prayer August 25 September 3
St. Rosalia Novena Prayer August 26 September 4
St. Mother Teresa of Calcutta Novena Prayer August 27 September 5
Nativity of Mary Novena Prayer August 30 September 8
Our Lady of Good Health August 30 September 8
St. Joachim Novena Prayer August 31 September 8
Our Lady of The Sacred Heart August 31 September 8
Novena Prayer to Maria Bambina August 31 September 8
St. Peter Claver Novena Prayer August 31 September 9
St. Nicholas of Tolentino Novena Prayer September 1 September 10
Holy Cross Novena Prayer September 5 September 14
Our Lady of Sorrows Novena Prayer September 6 September 15
St. Hildegard of Bingen Novena Prayer September 8 September 17
St. Joseph Cupertino Novena Prayer September 9 September 18
Our Lady of La Salette Novena Prayer September 10 September 19
St. Matthew Novena Prayer September 12 September 21
St. Padre Pio Novena Prayer September 14 September 23
Our Lady of Walsingham Novena Prayer September 14 September 23
Our Lady of Ransom Novena Prayer September 15 September 24
St. Vincent de Paul Novena Prayer September 18 September 27
Mary Undoer of Knots Novena Prayer September 19 September 28
St. Michael the Archangel Novena Prayer September 20 September 29
St. Raphael the Archangel Novena Prayer September 20 September 29
St. Gabriel the Archangel Novena Prayer September 20 September 29
St. Therese of Lisieux Novena Prayer September 22 October 1
Guardian Angel Novena Prayer September 23 October 2
St. Theodora Guerin Novena Prayer September 24 October 4
St. Francis of Assisi Novena Prayer September 25 October 4
St. Faustina Novena Prayer September 26 October 5
St. Bruno Novena Prayer September 27 October 6
Our Lady of The Rosary Novena Prayer September 28 October 7
Our Lady of Victory Novena Prayer September 29 October 7
Our Lady of Good Remedy Novena Prayer September 29 October 8
Our Lady of Pompeii Novena Prayer September 29 October 9 / May 8
St. Denis Novena Prayer September 30 October 9
St. John Henry Newman Novena Prayer September 30 October 9
Novena Prayer To Carlo Acutis October 3 October 12
St. Edward Novena Prayer October 4 October 13
St. Teresa of Avila Novena Prayer October 6 October 15
St. Gerard Novena Prayer October 7 October 16
St. Hedwig Novena Prayer October 7 October 16
St. Luke Novena Prayer October 9 October 18
St. Isaac Jogues Novena Prayer October 10 October 19
St. Ursula Novena Prayer October 12 October 21
St. John Paul II Novena Prayer October 13 October 22
St. Anthony Mary Claret Novena Prayer October 15 October 24
St. Jude Novena Prayer October 19 October 28
All Saints Novena Prayer October 23 November 1
Holy Souls in Purgatory Novena Prayer October 24 November 2
Election Novena Prayer October 26 November 4
St. Charles Borromeo Novena Prayer October 26 November 4
St. Elizabeth of the Trinity Novena Prayer October 30 November 8
St. Andrew Avellino Novena Prayer November 1 November 10
Pope Leo the Great Novena Prayer November 1 November 10
St. Martin of Tours Novena Prayer November 2 November 11
St. Frances Xavier Cabrini Novena Prayer November 4 November 13
St. Albert The Great Novena Prayer November 6 November 15
St. Gertrude Novena Prayer November 7 November 16
St. Margaret of Scotland Novena Prayer November 7 November 16
St. Elizabeth of Hungary Novena Prayer November 8 November 17
St. Rose Philippine Duchesne Novena Prayer November 9 November 18
St. Marie Alphonsine Novena Prayer November 10 November 19
Christ The King Novena Prayer November 12 November 21
St. Cecilia Novena Prayer November 13 November 22
St. Clement of Rome Novena Prayer November 14 November 23
Novena to Blessed Miguel Agustin Pro November 14 November 23
St. Catherine of Alexandria Novena Prayer November 16 November 25
Miraculous Medal Novena Prayer November 19 November 28
St. Edmund Campion Novena Prayer November 22 December 1
St. Francis Xavier Novena Prayer November 24 December 3
St. John of Damascus Novena Prayer November 25 December 4
Novena of Grace November 25 / March 4 December 3 / March 12
St. Barbara Novena Prayer November 25 December 4
St. Nicholas of Myra Novena Prayer November 28 December 6
St. Ambrose Novena Prayer November 28 December 7
Immaculate Conception Novena Prayer November 29 December 8
St. Andrew Novena Prayer November 30 December 25
Our Lady of Guadalupe Novena Prayer December 3 December 12
St. Odilia of Alsace Novena Prayer December 4 December 13
St. Lucy Novena Prayer December 4 December 13
St. John of the Cross Novena Prayer December 5 December 14
St. Ignatius of Antioch Novena Prayer December 11 December 20
St. Vincenzo Romano Novena Prayer December 11 December 20
Christmas Novena Prayer December 16 December 25
St. Stephen Novena Prayer December 17 December 26
St. John the Apostle Novena Prayer December 18 December 27
St. Thomas Becket Novena Prayer December 20 December 29
Novena Prayer to Pope St. Sylvester I December 22 December 31
Holy Family Novena Prayer December 24 First Sunday after Christmas
St. Genevieve Novena Prayer December 25 January 3
Holy Name of Jesus Novena Prayer December 25 January 3
St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Novena Prayer December 26 January 4
St. John Neumann Novena Prayer December 27 January 5
St. Andre Bessette Novena Prayer December 28 January 6
St. Raymond of Penafort Novena Prayer December 29 January 7