Prayers for February 2023


Good morning,

I wanted to share some prayers ideas with each of you to encourage and lift your spirits.  I pray that the Ever Virgin will lead you to grow closer to our God and Redeemer.

February is the Holy Family month.

February 2nd start a novena to Our Lady of Lourdes.  It would be appropriate to ask for spiritual healing, physical healing, or emotional healing.  Feast Day is February 11th.

February 5th start a novena to St. Valentine.  It would be appropriate for those that suffer from epilepsy, for a happy marriage, for courtship, and for an engagement.  Feast Day is February 14th.

February 17th start a 30 day novena to St. Joseph. It would be appropriate for fathers and spiritual fathers, for expectant mothers, for a happy death, for adoption, for finding a job, and buying or selling a home.  Feast Day is March 19th.

February 20th start a 33 day consecration to Mary.  “Consecrating ourselves to Mary means accepting her help to offer ourselves and the whole of mankind to him who is holy, infinitely holy; it means accepting her help—by having recourse to her motherly heart, which beneath the cross was opened to love for every human being, for the whole world—in order to offer the world, the individual human being, mankind as a whole, and all the nations to him who is infinitely holy” (St. Pope John Paul II, May 13, 1982). Feast Day is March 25th for the Annunciation

February 26th start a novena to Sts. Perpetua and Felicity.  It would be appropriate for mothers, for expectant mothers, breastfeeding, labor and deliver, for those who are pregnant.  Feast Day is March 7th.

February 27th start a novena to St. John of God.  It would be appropriate for the sick, those with heart disease, undergoing or recovering from heart surgery.  Feast Day is March 8th.

I will be praying the Our Lady of Lourdes novena for healing found here and Consecration to Mary using St. Louis de Montfort's Total Consecration to Jesus through Mary. 

May the true Lamb be praised, 

Please note that a good portion of this information comes from Novena Cards

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