Novena to Our Lady of Guadalupe
What is a Novena?
A novena is simply defined as a nine-day period of private or public prayer to obtain graces, to implore favors, or make special petitions. Novena is derived from the Latin 'novem', meaning nine. Many Novenas are set by the liturgical calendar and are tied to specific feast days.
Join the Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe in a Novena for your intentions!
December 4th - December 12th,
(the nine days preceding the Solemnity of Our Lady of Guadalupe)
Nine days of devotional prayer, praying the Litany of Our Lady of Guadalupe. It can be done privately or with others.
If you desire to have your intentions remembered at the 8:30am Masses at the Shrine, with the exception of the 1:00pm Mass on Sunday, and concluding at the 12:15 pm bilingual Mass on the Solemnity of Our Lady of Guadalupe which will be celebrated by Cardinal Burke, please fill out the form below!
Your Prayer intentions...
8:30 am Mass everyday except...
1:00 pm | December 10 | Mass Sunday
12:15 pm | December 12 | Mass Feast Day of Our Lady of Guadalupe (Celebrated by His Eminence Cardinal Raymond Leo Burke)