Seventh Day of the Solemn Novena to the Holy Face feast on Shrove Tuesday


The novena may be said any time there is a need for reparation. Another good time time to pray the novena is nine days before Good Friday. You may keep your booklets and return them during the Easter Season if you wish to say the prayers again during the Holy Season of Lent.

“By My Holy Face you will obtain the conversion of numberless sinners. Nothing that you ask in making this offering will be refused you. According to the care you take in making reparation To My Face, disfigured by blasphemers, I will take care of yours, which has been disfigured by sin. I will reprint on it My Image, and render it as beautiful as it was on leaving the Baptismal Font.”
Our Lord to Blessed Maria Pierina de

Also See: Devotions to the Holy Face and its Special Significance for this Lent
Link for Complete Novena Nine Days
Seeking the Face of Christ During Lent
Holy Face DevotionDefenders of the Holy Name +

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Lord Jesus! After contemplating Thy features, disfigured by grief, after meditating upon Thy passion with compunction and love, how can our hearts fail to be inflamed with a holy hatred of sin, which even now outrages Thy Adorable Face! 

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Seventh Day of the Solemn Novena to the Holy Face feast on Shrove Tuesday


Lord Jesus! After contemplating Thy features, disfigured by grief, after meditating upon Thy passion with compunction and love, how can our hearts fail to be inflamed with a holy hatred of sin, which even now outrages Thy Adorable Face! 

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Fourth Day of Solemn Novena to the Holy Face of Jesus Feast Day is on Shrove Tuesday


O Lord Jesus, who has said, learn of me for I am meek and gentle of heart, and who did manifest upon Thy Holy Face the sentiments of Thy divine heart, grant that we may love to come frequently and meditate upon Thy divine features. We may read there Thy gentleness and Thy humility, and learn how to form our hearts in the practice of these two virtues which Thou desires to see shine in Thy servants. Mary our Mother and Saint Joseph help us. Through the merits of Thy precious blood and your Holy Face, O Jesus, grant us our petition….Pardon and mercy.

Fourth Day of Solemn Novena to the Holy Face of Jesus Feast Day is on Shrove Tuesday

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3rd Day of Solemn Novena to the Holy Face of Jesus


Our Lord asked for reperation and to promote the Devotion to His Holy Face as a means of Reparation for “Revolutionary men” — the communists through whom God is allowing the world to be chastised for its unbelief’. The express purpose of this devotion was to make reparation for their idolatry, and blasphemies in the abuse of His Holy Name and the profanation of Sundays, all sins against His Divine Majesty in the first three commandments.

“The earth is steeped in crime! The Holy Name of the Lord is blasphemed; the very day of Sunday itself is profaned: these fill the measure of iniquity. In no age has crime been so malignant. My Name is every where blasphemed; even by the little children!”

Also See: Devotions to the Holy Face and its Special Significance for this Lent
Link for Complete Novena Nine Days
Seeking the Face of Christ During Lent
Holy Face Devotion Defenders of the Holy Name 

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DAILY PREPARATORY PRAYER

O Most Holy and Blessed Trinity, through the intercession of Holy Mary, whose soul was pierced through by a sword of sorrow at the sight of the passion of her Divine Son, we ask your help in making a perfect Novena of reparation with Jesus, united with all His sorrows, love and total abandonment. We now implore all the Angels and Saints to intercede for us as we pray this Holy Novena to the Most Holy Face of Jesus and for the glory of the most Holy Trinity, Father, Son and Holy Spirit. Amen  (Start novena)

Console Holy Face and recite the Daily Preparatory Prayer above

3rd Day  Prayer of Saint Francis

All highest, glorious God, cast your light into the darkness of our hearts, give us true faith, firm hope, perfect charity and profound humility, so that with wisdom, courage and perception, O Lord, we may…

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Join me for the Shrove Tuesday Novena to honor Holy Face of Jesus Sunday February 4th.


 

1454473064702-4648340361The foreboding prophecy of Our Lady given to Melanie and Maximus. at LaSallette describes in detail our present situation in the church and the world. The political situations of the nations with a looming risk of nuclear war at any time is a grave concern. The risk is greater today than the 1960 Cuban missile crisis. Russia and China are also working behind the scenes supplying North Korea with technology and oil to withstand our embargo. Whatever we regarding North Korea Russia will be involved.   Pray for President Trump.

There has never been a greater time for Heavens help it is now. This year Shrove Tuesday Falls on February 13th. The anniversary of the death of Sr. Lucia of Fatima. The number 13 and the star on Our Lady’s dress representing the star of Ester linked the message of Fatima with the Old Testament book of Ester. When God called Sr. Lucia at Fatima eternal life on February 13th in 2005 Heaven strongly stamped the Fatima message linking it to the book of Ester.
Please join me this year to make the novena to the Holy Face starting on Sunday February 4th. It Will end on Shrove Tuesday the day before Ash Wednesday. Will there be 10% to help spare our present day Sodom and Gomorrah from nuclear war? Via Devotions to the Holy Face

Also See: Devotions to the Holy Face and its Special Significance for this Lent
Link for Complete Novena Nine Days
Seeking the Face of Christ During Lent
Holy Face Devotion Defenders of the Holy Name 
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Dec. 24 Day 9 Solemn Christmas Novena–VENI VENI –O COME O COME Emmanuel


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Vigil of Christmas the last day of
Our Solemn Christmas Novena!
Maranatha-Our Lord Come!
V: O that you would rend the heavens and come down, with the mountains quaking before you!
R: Come and show to us Your face O Lord who are enthroned upon the Cherubim
V: For the Lord shall come and to the poor He will show mercy.
R: Drop down dew, you heavens, from above and let the clouds rain down the Just One. Let the earth be opened and bud forth the Savior.


December 24
VENI VENI (O COME O COME EMANUEL
V: Tomorrow He will wipe out the iniquities of the earth.R: And the Savior of the world will reign over us.
V: When the Sun will have arisen from the heavens in the morning sky
R: You shall see the King of kings coming forth from the Father like a radiant bridegroom from…

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Dec. 22 Day 7 Solemn Christmas Novena– O REX GENTIUM O KING OF THE GENTILES


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The Sixth of the seven Great “O” Antiphons of the liturgy, that date back to the seventh or eighth century. These antiphons are chanted or recited at Vespers, or Evening Prayer, the Antiphon before the Magnificat. They are also the Alleluia verse at the Mass.

December 22

King of all the nations, the only joy of every human heart; their desired One, the Cornerstone that makes both one:

R: Come, and deliver man, whom You formed out of the dust of the earth. Psalm 2:7-8, Ephesians 2:14-20. Symbols, Crown, scepter.

Benedictine monks arranged these antiphons with a definite purpose. If one starts with the last title and takes the first letter of each one — Emmanuel, Rex, Oriens, Clavis, Radix, Adonai, Sapientia — the Latin words ero cras are formed, meaning, “Tomorrow, I will come.” In these words, the Lord Jesus, for…

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