Novena: no·ve·na nōˈvēnə noun
noun: novena; plural noun: novenas
- (in the Roman Catholic Church) a form of worship consisting of special prayers or services on nine successive days.
The Descent of the Holy Spirit
Pentecost is on Sunday, June 4. Many Catholics around the world say a nine-day prayer, called a novena, to the Holy Spirit as a way to prepare for the Solemnity of Pentecost.
As a parish, the Church of Saint Mary is going to pray for the nine days from May 26 to June 3.
The daily prayers will be emailed out to parishioners who click on the “Sign Up Now” button below. Be sure to check the Novena box (and any other lists you’d like).
It takes about five minutes each day.