Our Lady of Guadalupe Novena

Thu, Dec 12th, 2024

Ongoing through the Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe, December 12


Novena to Our Lady of Guadalupe

“Nearly 500 years ago, the apparition of Our Lady of Guadalupe changed the course of human history,” says Cardinal Raymond Leo Burke. “Today, the hearts of Catholics around the world echo the same anxieties of 1531. Once again, the answer to this anxiety of our world is not temporal but spiritual.”

Cardinal Burke is calling Catholics all over the world to pray a Nine-Month Novena to Our Lady of Guadalupe, which began this March. We will be praying along as a Parish Family. All are welcome to join in prayer, regardless of the duration. The daily prayer ends on the Solemnity of Our Lady of Guadalupe, December 12. Sign up at novena.cardinalburke.com.

  • Daily Prayer - A printed copy of the prayer card is located in St. Greg’s Church next to the Guadalupe picture.
  • Video Meditations - Each month, His Eminence will send a short meditation on the apparitions of Our Lady of Guadalupe, as well as some practical encouragement as you journey through these grace-filled months.
  • Written Reflections - You will also receive reflections to draw you deeper into love for Our Lady and her Son.


The Novena Prayer

O Virgin Mother of God, we fly to your protection and beg your intercession against the darkness and sin which ever more envelop the world and menace the Church. Your Son, Our Lord Jesus Christ, gave you to us as our mother as He died on the Cross for our salvation. So too, in 1531, when darkness and sin beset us, He sent you, as Our Lady of Guadalupe, on Tepeyac to lead us to Him Who alone is our light and our salvation.

Through your apparitions on Tepeyac and your abiding presence with us on the miraculous mantle of your messenger, Saint Juan Diego, millions of souls converted to faith in your Divine Son. Through this novena and our consecration to you, we humbly implore your intercession for our daily conversion of life to Him and the conversion of millions more who do not yet believe in Him. In our homes and in our nation, lead us to Him Who alone wins the victory over sin and darkness in us and in the world.

Unite our hearts to your Immaculate Heart so that they may find their true and lasting home in the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus. Ever guide us along the pilgrimage of life to our eternal home with Him. So may our hearts, one with yours, always trust in God's promise of salvation, in His never-failing mercy toward all who turn to Him with a humble and contrite heart. Through this novena and our consecration to you, O Virgin of Guadalupe, lead all souls in America and throughout the world to your Divine Son in Whose name we pray. Amen.



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