VATICAN CITY, VATICAN - MARCH 19: Pope Francis conducts mass on March 19, 2013 in Vatican City, Vatican. The inauguration of Pope Francis is being held in front of an expected crowd of up to one million pilgrims and faithful who have crowded into St Peter's Square and the surrounding streets to see the former Cardinal of Buenos Aires officially take up his position. Pope Francis' inauguration takes place in front his cardinals, spiritual leaders as well as heads of states from around the world and he will now lead an estimated 1.3 billion Catholics. (Photo by Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images)


(Matthew 5:1-12)

1 – Blessed are the poor in spirit: for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.

2 – Blessed are the meek: for they shall possess the land.

3 – Blessed are they who mourn: for they shall be comforted.

4 – Blessed are they that hunger and thirst after justice: for they shall have their fill.

5 – Blessed are the merciful: for they shall obtain mercy.

6 – Blessed are the clean of heart: for they shall see God.

7 – Blessed are the peacemakers: for they shall be called the children of God.

8 – Blessed are they that suffer persecution for justice’ sake, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.

(2) – THE TEN COMMANDMENTS (Exodus – Chapter 20)

1. I, the Lord, am your God. You shall not have other gods besides me.

2. You shall not take the name of the Lord God in vain

3. Remember to keep holy the Lord’s Day

4. Honor your father and your mother

5. You shall not kill

6. You shall not commit adultery

7. You shall not steal

8. You shall not bear false witness

9. You shall not covet your neighbor’s wife

10. You shall not covet your neighbor’s goods.


1. You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your mind.

2. You shall love your neighbor as yourself.


1 – You shall attend Mass on Sundays and on holy days of obligation and rest from servile labor

2 – You shall confess your sins at least once a year

3 – You shall receive the sacrament of the Eucharist at least during the Easter season

4 – You shall observe the days of fasting and abstinence established by the Church

5 – You shall help to provide for the needs of the Church.


1 – Unity (Romans 12:5)

2 – Sanctity (Ephesians 5:25-27)

3 – Catholicity (Matthew 28:19-20)

4 – Apostolicity (Ephesians 2:19-20)


1. Baptism (Matthew 28:16-20)

2. Confirmation (Acts 8:14–17, 9:17, 19:6 and Hebrews 6:2)

3. Holy Communion (Luke 22:19 -20)

4. Confession (John 20:21-23)

5. Marriage (Genesis 2:24)

6. Holy Orders (1 Peter 2:9)

7. Anointing of the Sick (James 5:14)

(7) – THE SEVEN DEADLY SINS (CCC # – 1866)

1. Pride: Unrestrained appreciation of our own worth.

2. Greed: Immoderate desire for earthly goods.

3. Lust: Hankering for impure pleasures.

4. Anger: Inordinate desire for revenge.

5. Gluttony: Unrestrained use of food and drink.

6. Envy: Sorrow over another’s good fortune.

7. Sloth: Laxity in keeping the Faith and the practice of virtue, due to the effort involved.


1 – Humility (overcomes pride)

2 – Generosity (Overcomes greed)

3 – Chastity (Overcomes Lust)

4 – Meekness (Overcomes Anger)

5 – Temperance (Overcomes Gluttony)

6 – Brotherly Love (Overcomes Envy)

7 – Diligence (Overcomes Sloth)

(9) – THE THREE THEOLOGICAL VIRTUES (1 Corinthians 13:13)

1. Faith

2. Hope

3. Charity

(10) – THE FOUR CARDINAL VIRTUES (Wisdom of Solomon 8:7)

1. Justice

2. Prudence

3. Fortitude

4. Temperance

(11) – THE SEVEN GIFTS OF THE HOLY SPIRIT (1 Corinthians 12)

1. Wisdom

2. Understanding

3. Fortitude

4. Counsel

5. Knowledge

6. Piety

7. Fear of the Lord

(12) – THE NINE SPIRITUAL GIFTS OF THE HOLY SPIRIT (1 Corinthians 12, Romans 12, and Ephesians 4, 1 Peter 4)

*Class of Gifts of the Holy Spirit known as Charismata:*

1. Gift of speaking with wisdom and knowledge

2. Gift of discipleship or apostleship

3. Gift of Faith

4. Gift of healing

5. Gift of miracles

6. Gift of prophecy

7. Gift of discerning spirits

8. Gift of tongues

9. Gift of interpreting speeches

(13) – THE TWELVE FRUITS OF THE HOLY SPIRIT (Galatians 5:22-23)

1. Charity

2. Joy

3. Peace

4. Patience

5. Kindness

6. Goodness

7. Long Suffering

8. Mildness

9. Faith

10. Modesty

11. Continence

12. Chastity


1 – To admonish the sinner: “…there will be more joy in Heaven at the repentance of one sinner than at ninety-nine of the righteous who had no need of repentance.” Lk. 15:7

2 – To instruct the ignorant: “Go into the whole world and proclaim the good news to all creation.” Mk. 16:1

3 – To counsel the doubtful: “Peace I leave with you, my peace I give to you…Let not your hearts be troubled…” Jn. 14:27

4 – To comfort the sorrowful: “Come to me, all you grown weary and burdened, and I will refresh you.” Mt. 11:28

5 – To bear wrongs patiently: “…Love your enemies, do good to those who hate you, bless those who curse you.” Lk. 6:27-28

6 – To forgive all injuries: “And forgive us our debts, as we forgive our debtors.” Mt. 6:12

7 – To pray for the living and the dead: “Father, I desire that they, too, may be with me where I am…” Jn. 17:24


1- To feed the hungry: “For I was hungry and you gave me to eat.” Mt. 25:35

2 – To give drink to the thirsty: “…I was thirsty and you gave me to drink…” Mt. 25:35

3 – To clothe the naked: “I was…naked and you clothed me…” Mt. 25:36

4 – To visit the imprisoned: “I was in prison and you came to me.” Mt. 25:36

5 – To shelter the homeless: “…I was a stranger and you took me in…” Mt. 25:35

6 – To visit the sick: “…I was sick and you cared for me…” Mt. 25:36

7 – To bury the dead: “Amen, I say to you, insofar as you did it for one of these least of my brothers, you did it for me.” Mt. 25:40


1. Willful murder (including abortion) : And the Lord said, “What have you done? The voice of your brother’s blood is crying to me from the ground.” (Genesis 4:10).

2. The sin of Sodom: Then the Lord said, “Because the outcry against Sodom and Gomorrah is great and their sin is very grave, I will go down to see whether they have done altogether according to the outcry which has come to me.” (Genesis 18:20-21).

3. Oppression of the poor: “You shall not afflict any widow or orphan. If you do afflict them, and they cry out to me, I will surely hear their cry.” (Exodus 21-23)

4. Defrauding laborers of their wages: “You shall not oppress a hired servant who is poor and needy, whether he is one of your brethren or one of the sojourners who are in your land within your towns; you shall give him his hire on the day he earns it, before the sun goes down (for he is poor, and sets his heart upon it); lest he cry against you to the Lord, and it be a sin in you.” (Deuteronomy 24:14-15).


Blasphemy against the Holy Spirit ( Matthew 12:31 )

Looking at the Catechism of the Catholic Church, blasphemy against the Holy Spirit is the “deliberate refusal” to accept God’s mercy and forgiveness (no. 1864). Six species of this sin have been identified over time as

1. Presumption of God’s mercy. (CCC # 2092)

2. Despair. (CCC # 2091 , 1817)

3. Impugning the known truth. (CCC # 2089)

4. Envy at another’s spiritual good.

5. Obstinacy in sin.

6. Final impenitence (CCC # 1430-1433)


1. By counsel.

2. By command.

3. By consent.

4. By provocation.

5. By praise or flattery.

6. By concealment.

7. By partaking.

8. By silence.

9. By defense of the ill done

(19) – THE THREE EMINENT GOOD WORKS ( Tobit 12:8 also known as the three pillars of Judaism)

1. Prayer – Mathew 6:5-6

2. Fasting – Mathew 6:16-18

3. Almsgiving – Mathew 6:2-4


1. Grave matter

2. Full knowledge

3. Deliberate consent


1. Voluntary poverty

2. Perpetual chastity

3. Entire obedience.


1. The Apostles Creed

2. The Seven Sacraments

3. The Ten Commandments

4. The Lord’s Prayer


1. Sacred Scripture –

All of the books of the Old Testament and the New Testament.

2. Sacred Tradition –

The living tradition of the Church, the Church Fathers, the Sacred Liturgy.

3. Living Magisterium –

The teaching authority of the Pope and all those bishops worldwide united with him.

(24) THE THREE MUNERA (Duties of the ordained)

1. Munus docendi (duty to teach, based on Christ’s role as Prophet)

(Matt. 13:57 , Matt. 13:57)

2. Munus sanctificandi (duty to sanctify, based on Chris’s role as Priest)

(Heb. 6:20 , Heb. 9:11 , 1 Tim. 2:5)

3. Munus regendi (duty to shepherd, based on Christ’s role as King)

(Matt. 27:11 , Matt. 27:11)


1. The Church Militant (Christians on Earth) (Matthew 16:18, Acts 11:25-26)

2. The Church Penitent (Christians in Purgatory) (I Corinthians 3:11-15)

3. The Church Triumphant (Christians in Heaven) (Revelation 19:7)



1. Seraphim – (ISAIAH 6 : 1-7)

2. Cherubim – (Exd – 25:18-21 , Ezk – 10:14 , Rev – 4-6)

3. Thrones – (Ezk 10:17 , Col 1:16 , Dan 7:9)


4. Dominions – (Eph 1:21 , Col 1:16)

5. Virtues – (Eph 1:21)

6. Powers – (Eph 3:10 , Eph 6:12)


7. Principalities – (Eph 3:10 , Eph 1:21)

8. Archangels – (Jude 9 , 1 Thes 4:16 , Tob)

9. Angels – (Luke 22:43 , Mat 18:10 , Heb 13:2)


1. Dulia: the reverence we give to Saints

2. Protodulia: the reverence we give to St. Joseph

3. Hyperdulia: the reverence we give to Mary as the greatest of Saints and Mother of God

4. Latria: the reverence and worship we give to God alone


1. St. George, Martyr, April 23

2. St. Blaise, Bishop and Martyr, February 3

3. St. Pantaleon, Martyr, July 27

4. St. Vitus, Martyr, June 15

5. St. Erasmus (Elmo), Bishop and Martyr, June 2

6. St. Christopher, Martyr, July 25

7. St. Giles, Abbot, September 1

8. St. Cyriacus (Cyriac), Martyr, August 8

9. St. Achatius, Martyr, May 8

10. St. Dionysius (Denis), Bishop and Martyr, October 9

11. St. Eustachius (Eustace), Martyr, September 20

12. St. Catherine of Alexandria, Virgin and Martyr, November 25

13. St. Margaret of Antioch, Virgin and Martyr, July 20

14. St. Barbara, Virgin and Martyr, December 4


Day 1 — light and time (Gen 1:3-5);

Day 2 — the sky and “separated” waters (Gen 1:6-8);

Day 3 — dry ground, bodies of water, and plants (Gen 1:9-13);

Day 4 — the sun, moon, stars, and planets (Gen 1:14-19);

Day 5 — fish and birds (Gen 1:20-23);

Day 6 — land animals and humans (Gen 1:24-30; 2:7,15-25).

On the seventh day God rested from his work (Genesis 2:2-3).


1. Memory

2. Intellect

3. Will

(31) THE TWELVE TRIBES OF ISRAEL (Deuteronomy 33:6–25 and Judges 5:14–18)

In order of their birth:*

1. Reuben

2. Simeon

3. Levi

4. Judah


6. Issachar

7. Dan

8. Gad

9. Asher

10. Naphtali

11. Joseph (Menasseh and Ephraim)

12. Benjamin


1. Jesus is Condemned to Die – (Mark 15: 1-15)

2. Jesus is Made to Bear His Cross – (John 19: 13-17)

3. Jesus Falls the First Time – (Isaiah 53: 4-7 , John 1:29)

4. Jesus Meets His Mother – (Luke 2: 25-40, Lamentations 1: 12, John 19: 26-27)

5. Simon Helps Jesus Carry His Cross – (Mark 15:21 , Mark 8:34 , 2 Timothy 2:3)

6. Veronica Wipes Jesus’ Face – (Isaiah 53: 2-3 , Matthew 25: 40)

7. Jesus Falls the Second Time – (Psalm 38: 6-22 , Isaiah 63: 9)

8. Jesus Meets the Women of Jerusalem – (Luke 23: 27-31 , Matthew 7:21)

9. Jesus Falls the Third Time – (Psalm 37: 23-24 , Hebrews 4: 15-16)

10. Jesus is Stripped – (John 19: 23-24 , Psalm 22: 16-18)

11. Jesus is Nailed to the Cross – (Luke 23: 33-43 , John 19:1)

12. Jesus Dies on the Cross – (John 19: 38-40 , Psalm 22: 14-15)

13. Jesus is Taken Down from the Cross – (John 19: 38-40 , Psalm 22: 14-15)

14. Jesus is Laid in the Tomb – (Mark 15: 46-47 , Matthew 27: 57-61)


1. Father, forgive them, for they know not what they do. (Luke 23:34)

2. Amen I say to thee: This day thou shalt be with me in paradise. (Luke 23:43)

3. Woman, behold thy son. . . .Behold thy mother. (John 19:26-27)

4. Eli, Eli, lamma sabacthani? (My God, My God, why hast Thou forsaken me?) (Matthew 27:46, ref. Psalm 21)

5. I thirst. (John 19:28)

6. It is consummated.(John 19:30)

7. Father, into Thy hands I commend my spirit. (Luke 23:46, ref. Psalm 30:6)



First Decade: The Annunciation of Gabriel to Mary (Luke 1:26-38)

Second Decade: The Visitation of Mary to Elizabeth (Luke 1:39-56)

Third Decade: The Birth of Our Lord (Luke 2:1-21)

Fourth Decade: The Presentation of Our Lord (Luke 2:22-38)

Fifth Decade: The Finding of Our Lord in the Temple (Luke 2:41-52)


First Decade: The Baptism of Our Lord in the River Jordan (Matthew 3:13-16)

Second Decade: The Wedding at Cana, when Christ manifested Himself (Jn 2:1-11)

Third Decade: The Proclamation of the Kingdom of God (Mark 1:14-15)

Fourth Decade: The Transfiguration of Our Lord (Matthew 17:1-8)

Fifth Decade: The Last Supper, when Our Lord gave us the Holy Eucharist (Mt 26)


First Decade: The Agony of Our Lord in the Garden (Matthew 26:36-56)

Second Decade: Our Lord is Scourged at the Pillar (Matthew 27:26)

Third Decade: Our Lord is Crowned with Thorns (Matthew 27:27-31)

Fourth Decade: Our Lord Carries the Cross to Calvary (Matthew 27:32)

Fifth Decade: The Crucifixion of Our Lord (Matthew 27:33-56)


First Decade: The Glorious Resurrection of Our Lord (John 20:1-29)

Second Decade: The Ascension of Our Lord (Luke 24:36-53)

Third Decade: The Descent of the Holy Spirit at Pentecost (Acts 2:1-41)

Fourth Decade: The Assumption of Mary into Heaven (Song of Songs 2:2,10-11)

Fifth Decade: The Coronation of Mary as Queen of Heaven and Earth (Gn 3:15a) (Jdt 13:18) (Jdt 15:9) (Rv 12:1) (Sir 24:4) (Sir 14:9) (Cor 4:17) (Lk 8:21)(Gal 4:19)

(35) THE FOUR LAST THINGS (The Novissima)

1. Death

2. Judgement

3. Heaven

4. Hell


(73 Books in total -46 books of the Old Testament and the 27 books of the New Testament. )



Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, Deuteronomy


Joshua, Judges, Ruth, 1 Samuel, 2 Samuel, 1 Kings, 2 Kings, 1 Chronicles, 2 Chronicles, Ezra, Nehemiah, Tobit, Judith, Esther, 1 Maccabees, 2 Maccabees


Job, Psalms, Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, Song of Solomon, Wisdom, Sirach


Isaiah, Jeremiah, Lamentations, Baruch, Ezekiel, Daniel, Hosea, Joel, Amos, Obadiah, Jonah, Micah, Nahum, Habakkuk, Zephaniah, Haggai, Zechariah, Malachi


Tobit, Judith, 1 and 2 Maccabees, Wisdom, Sirach, Baruch, parts of Esther and parts of Daniel


1. THE GOSPELS : Matthew, Mark, Luke, John



Romans, 1 Corinthians, 2 Corinthians, Galatians, Ephesians, Philippians, Colossians, 1 Thessalonians, 2 Thessalonians, 1 Timothy, 2 Timothy, Titus, Philemon, Hebrews


James, 1 Peter, 2 Peter, 1 John, 2 John, 3 John, Jude

5. REVELATION – Revelations


1. Adoration

2. Atonement

3. Thanksgiving

4. Petition


1. In the Garden of Gethsemane. (Luke 22:44)

2. At the whipping post. (Mat 27:26 )

3. Internally – from the intense beating (Mat 27:26)

4. When they put the crown of thorns on His head. (Mat 27:29)

5. When they pierced His hands. (Mat 27:35)

6. When they pierced His feet. (Mat 27:35)

7. When they pierced his side. (John 19:34)


They are referred to as the “O Antiphons” because the title of each one begins with the vocative particle “O”.Each antiphon is a name of Christ, one of his attributes mentioned in Scripture.

1. December 17: O Sapientia (O Wisdom) – Isaiah 11:2-3.

2. December 18: O Adonai (O Lord) – Isaiah 11:4-5 and 33:22

3. December 19: O Radix Jesse (O Root of Jesse) – Isaiah 11:1

4. December 20: O Clavis David (O Key of David) – Isaiah 22:22.

5. December 21: O Oriens (O Dayspring) Isaiah 9:1.

6. December 22: O Rex Gentium (O King of the Nations) Isaiah 2:4

7. December 23: O Emmanuel (O With Us is God) Isaiah 7:14


1. Prophecy Candle (PURPLE) – Isaiah 7:14

This first candle represents hope or expectation in anticipation of the coming Messiah.

2. Bethlehem Candle (PURPLE) – Luke 2:12

This candle typically represents love.

3. Shepherds Candle (PINK) – Luke 2:8–11

This candle represents joy

4. Angels Candle (PURPLE)- Luke 2:13–14

This candle represents peace

5. Christ Candle (WHITE) – Isaiah 9:2-7

This candle represents Jesus


A – Classification of Prayer

1. Liturgical Prayer

Public prayer that follows prescribed ritual formulas. These are formal in nature

For example – Holy Mass, Divine Office etc.

2. Non Liturgical Prayer

Public prayer that may or may not follow prescibed ritual formulas. May be informal in nature

For example – Holy Rosary, Prayers to Saints and Angels, private prayers,devotionals etc.

B – Expressions of Prayer ( CCC 2720 – 2724 )

1. Vocal Prayer

Vocal prayer is that which is made by using some approved form of words, read or recited; such as the sign of the cross, the Liturgy of the Hours (Divine Office), the Angelus, grace before and after meals, etc.

2. Meditative Prayer

Meditation is a form of reflective prayer which engages thought, imagination, emotion, and desire.

For example – The Rosary or Lectio Divina

3. Contemplative Prayer

Contemplative prayer is a silent attentiveness which looks at God by contemplating and adoring his attributes.

C – Basic Forms of Prayer ( CCC 2644 – 2649 )

1. Adoration

A Prayer where God is worshipped

2. Petition

A prayer of petition is a request to God that asks him to fulfill a need.

3. Intercession

Prayer of intercession consists in asking on behalf of another.

4. Thanksgiving

A prayer thanking God for something.

5. Praise

Prayers of praise acknowledge God for what He is.


(Proverbs 6:16-19)

1. Haughty eyes

2. A lying tongue

3. Hands that shed innocent blood

4. A heart that devises wicked plans

5. Feet that make haste to run to evil

6. A false witness who breathes out lies

7. One who sows discord among brothers.


(See Matthew 10:1-4 and Luke 6:12-16.)

1. Peter

2. James

3. John

4. Andrew

5. Bartholomew or Nathanael

6. James, the Lesser or Younger

7. Judas was replaced by Mattais

8. Jude or Thaddeus

9. Matthew or Levi

10. Philip

11. Simon the Zealot

12. Thomas


1. Authority

2. Infallibility

3. Indefectibility


1. The Prophecy of Simeon (Luke 2: 34-35)

2. The Flight into Egypt (Matthew 2: 13-21)

3. The Loss of Jesus for Three Days (Luke 2: 41-50)

4. The Carrying of the Cross (John 19: 17)

5. The Crucifixion of Jesus (John 19: 18-30)

6. Jesus Taken Down from the Cross (John 19: 39-40)

7. Jesus Laid in the Tomb (John 19: 39-42)


1. The Annunciation (Luke 1:26-38)

2. The Visitation (Luke 1:39–56)

3. The Nativity of Our Lord Jesus Christ (Matthew 1)

4. The Adoration of the Magi (Matthew 2:11)

5. The Finding of the Child Jesus in the Temple (Luke 2:41-52)

6. The Appearance of Christ to Mary after the Resurrection (John 20, 21)

7. The Assumption and Coronation of Mary as Queen of Heaven (Revelation 12:1)



A – Latin Church


a) – Roman Rite

i. Ordinary Form (1969 revision)

ii. Glagolitic Rite

iii. Extraordinary Form (According to the 1962 Roman Missal)

* Pontifical High Mass

* Missa Solemnis or Solemn High Mass

* Missa Cantata or High Mass

* Missa Privata or Low Mass

iv. Personal Ordinariates (celebrate Divine Worship, a liturgy adapted from the Anglican tradition)

v. Zaire Use

b) – Gallican Rites

i. Ambrosian Rite (in Milan, Italy, and neighbouring areas)

ii. Braga Rite

iii. Mozarabic Rite (in Toledo and Salamanca, Spain)

iv. Lyonese Rite (in Lyon, France, maintained in a few parishes)

c) – Catholic Order Rites

i. Benedictine Rite

ii. Carmelite Rite (only by some communities or members of the order)

iii. Carthusian Rite (a Western rite of the Gallican family)

iv. Cistercian Rite

v. Dominican Rite (only by some communities or members of the order)

vi. Premonstratensian (Norbertine) Rite

vii. Rites in a broad sense (not distinct from the Roman Rite)

* Capuchin Rite

* Franciscan Rite

* Servite Rite

d) – Defunct Rites ( not in use )

i. Pre-Tridentine Mass (the various pre-1570 ordinary forms of the Roman Rite)

ii. Gallican Rite (‘Gaul’, i.e. France)

iii. Celtic Rite (British Isles)

iv. African Rite

v. Aquileian Rite (northeastern Italy)

vi. Durham Rite (Durham, England)

vii. Sarum Rite (England)

viii. Use of York (England)

ix. Cologne Use (Cologne, Germany)

x. The Esztergom Use

xi. Benevente and Sizilian Use.




i) Coptic Rite

A – Coptic Catholic Church.

ii) Ge’ez Rite

A – Ethiopian Catholic Church

B – Eritrean Catholic Church.



Rite – West Syriac

A – Maronite Catholic Church

B – Syriac Catholic Church

C – Syro-Malankara Catholic Church.



Rite – Armenian

A – Armenian Catholic Church.



Rite – East Syriac

A – Chaldean Catholic Church

B – Syro-Malabar Catholic Church.



Rite – Byzantine

A – Albanian Greek Catholic Church

B – Belarusian Greek Catholic Church

C – Bulgarian Greek Catholic Church

D – Greek Catholic Church of Croatia and Serbia

E – Greek Byzantine Catholic Church

F – Hungarian Greek Catholic Church

G – Italo-Albanian Catholic Church

H – Macedonian Greek Catholic Church

I – Melkite Greek Catholic Church

J – Romanian Greek Catholic Church

L – Russian Greek Catholic Church

M – Ruthenian Greek Catholic Church (also known in the United States as the Byzantine Catholic Church)

N – Slovak Greek Catholic Church

O – Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church



A patriarchal church is a full-grown form of an Eastern Catholic church. It is ‘a community of the Christian faithful joined together by’ a Patriarchal hierarchy. The Patriarch together with the synod of bishops has the legislative, judicial and administrative powers within jurisdictional territory of the patriarchal church, without prejudice to those powers reserved, in the common law to the Roman pontiff (CCEO 55-150)

A – The Latin Catholic Church

B – The Coptic Catholic Church

C – The Chaldean Catholic Church

D – The Maronite Catholic Church

E – The Melkite Greek Catholic Church

F – The Syriac Catholic Church

G – The Armenian Catholic Church


Major archiepiscopal churches are the oriental churches, governed by the major archbishops being assisted by the respective synod of bishops. These churches also have almost the same rights and obligations of Patriarchal Churches. A major archbishop is the metropolitan of a see determined or recognized by the Supreme authority of the Church, who presides over an entire Eastern Church sui iuris that is not distinguished with the patriarchal title.

A – The Romanian Greek Catholic Church

B – The Syro-Malabar Catholic Church

C – The Syro-Malankara Catholic Church

D – The Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church


The sui iuris church, which is governed by a metropolitan, is called a metropolitan church sui iuris. ” A Metropolitan Church sui iuris is presided over by the Metropolitan of a determined see who has been appointed by the Roman Pontiff and is assisted by a council of hierarchs according to the norm of law” (CCEO. 1551)

A – The Ethiopian Catholic Church

B – The Eritrean Catholic Church

C – The Hungarian Greek Catholic Church

D – The Ruthenian Greek Catholic Church

E – The Slovak Greek Catholic Church


It is “a Church sui iuris which is neither patriarchal nor major archiepiscopal nor Metropolitan, and is entrusted to a hierarch who presides over it in accordance with the norm of common law and the particular law established by the Roman Pontiff” (CCEO. 174)

A – The Albanian Greek Catholic Church

B – The Belarusian Greek Catholic Church

C – The Bulgarian Greek Catholic Church

D – The Byzantine Catholic Church of Croatia and Serbia

E – The Greek Byzantine Catholic Church

F – The Italo-Albanian Catholic Church

G – The Macedonian Greek Catholic Church

H – The Russian Greek Catholic Church.


1. Body

2. Blood

3. Soul

4. Divinity


1 – Life and Dignity of the Human Person

▪Genesis 1:26-31 God created man and woman in his image. ▪Deuteronomy 10:17-19 God loves the orphan, the widow, and the stranger. You should too. ▪Proverbs 22:2 The Lord is the maker of both rich and poor.

▪Luke 10:25-37 The good Samaritan recognized the dignity in the other and cared for his life. ▪John 4:1-42 Jesus broke with societal and religious customs to honor the dignity of the Samaritan woman.

▪Romans 12: 9-18 Love one another, contribute to the needs of others, live peaceably with all.

▪1 Corinthians 3:16 You are holy, for you are God’s temple and God dwells in you.

▪Galatians 3:27-28 All Christians are one in Christ Jesus.

▪James 2:1-8 Honor the poor.

▪1 John 3: 1-2 See what love the Father has for us, that we should be called Children of God.

▪1 John 4:7-12 Let us love one another because love is from God.

2 – Call to Family, Community, and Participation

▪Genesis 4:8-15 I am my brother’s and sister’s keeper.

▪Leviticus 25:23-43 What you own belongs to the Lord and is given for the good of all.

▪Jeremiah 7:5-7 If you act justly with one another, God will dwell in the land.

▪Micah 6:6-8 Act justly, love kindness, walk humbly with God. ▪John 15:12-17 This is my commandment: love one another as I have loved you.

▪Acts 2:43-47; Life among the believers.

▪Romans 12:4-8 We are one body, individually members one of another.

▪Hebrews 10:24-25 Rouse one another to love and good works.

▪1 Peter 4:8-11 Serve one another with the gifts you have received.

▪1 John 3:16-18 We ought to lay down our lives for one another.

▪1 John 4:19-21 Those who love God must love their brothers and sisters.

3 – Rights and Responsibilities

▪Leviticus 19:9-10 A portion of the harvest is set aside for the poor and the stranger.

▪Ruth 2:2-23 Boaz cares for Ruth, a widow and a foreigner, giving her far more than the law requires.

▪Tobit 4:5-11 Give from what you have received and do not turn away from the poor.

▪Isaiah 1:16-17 Seek justice, rescue the oppressed, defend the orphan, plead for the widow. ▪Jeremiah 22: 13-16 A legitimate government upholds the rights of the poor and vulnerable.

▪Jeremiah 29:4-7 Seek the welfare of the city, for in its welfare you will find your welfare.

▪Matthew 25: 31-46 Just as you did it to the least of these, you did it to me.

▪Luke 16:19-31 The rich man has a responsibility to care for Lazarus.

▪Acts 4:32-35 There was not a needy person among them.

▪2 Corinthians 9:6-15 God’s gifts are given to be shared.

▪James 2:14-18 Faith without works is dead.

4 – Preferential Option for the Poor

▪Exodus 22:20-26 You shall not oppress the poor or vulnerable. God will hear their cry.

▪Job 34:20 The Lord hears the cry of the poor.

▪Proverbs 31:8-9 Speak out in defense of the poor.

▪Sirach 4:1-10 Don’t delay giving to those in need.

▪Isaiah 25:4-5 God is a refuge for the poor.

▪Isaiah 58:5-7 True worship is to work for justice and care for the poor and oppressed.

▪Luke 4:16-21 Jesus proclaims his mission: to bring good news to the poor and oppressed.

▪Luke 6:20-23 Blessed are the poor, theirs is the kingdom of God. ▪1 John 3:17-18 How does God’s love abide in anyone who has the world’s good and sees one in need and refuses to help?

5 – The Dignity of Work and the Rights of Workers

▪Genesis 2:1-3 God rests on the seventh day.

▪Deuteronomy 5:13-15 The Sabbath is for everyone—all are allowed to rest from their work. ▪Deuteronomy 14:28-29 The Lord blesses our work so that we may share its fruits with others. ▪Deuteronomy 24:14-15 Do not withhold wages from your workers, for their livelihood depends on them.

▪Sirach 34:20-22 To deprive an employee of wages is to commit murder.

▪Isaiah 58:3-7 To observe religious practices, but oppress your workers is false worship. ▪Jeremiah 22:13 Woe to him who treats his workers unjustly. ▪Matthew 20:1-16 All workers should be paid a just and living wage.

▪ Mark 2:27 The Sabbath was made for people, not people for the Sabbath.

▪Luke 3:10-14 Practice integrity in your work.

▪Luke 12:13-21 One’s worth is not determined by an abundance of possessions.

▪James 5:1-6 Those who become rich by abusing their workers have sinned against God.

6 – Solidarity

▪Genesis 12:1-3 God blessed Israel so that all nations would be blessed through it.

▪Psalm 72 Living in right relationship with others brings peace.

▪Psalm 122 Peace be with you! For the sake of the Lord, I will seek your good.

▪Zechariah 8:16 These are the things you should do: Speak truth, judge well, make peace.

▪Matthew 5:9 Blessed are the peacemakers, they will be called children of God.

▪Matthew 5:21-24 Be reconciled to one another before coming to the altar.

▪Romans 13:8-10 Living rightly means to love one another.

▪1 Corinthians 12:12-26 If one member suffers, all suffer. If one member is honored, all rejoice. ▪Colossians 3:9-17 Above all, clothe yourself with love and let the peace of Christ reign in your hearts.

7 – Care for God’s Creation

▪Genesis 1:1-31 God made the heavens and the earth and it was good.

▪Genesis 2:15 Humans are commanded to care for God’s creation.

▪Leviticus 25:1-7 The land itself must be given a rest and not abused.

▪Deuteronomy 10:14 All of heaven and earth belong to the Lord.

▪Psalm 24:1-2 All the earth is the Lord’s.

▪Daniel 3:56-82 Creation proclaims the glory of God. ▪Matthew 6:25-34 God loves and cares for all of creation.

▪Romans 1:20 Creation reveals the nature of God.

▪1 Corinthians 10:26 Creation and all created things are inherently good because they are of the Lord.



1 – Sunday:

The Holy Trinity

2 – Monday:

The Angels

3 – Tuesday:

The Apostles

4 – Wednesday:

Saint Joseph

5 – Thursday:

The Holy Eucharist

6 – Friday:

The Passion & Death of Jesus

7 – Saturday:

Mother Mary



1 – January:

The Holy Name of Jesus

2 – February:

The Holy Family

3 – March:

St. Joseph

4 – April:

The Blessed Sacrament

5 – May:

The Blessed Virgin Mary

6 – June:

The Sacred Heart of Jesus

7 – July:

The Precious Blood of Jesus

8 – August:

The Immaculate Heart of Mary

9 – September:

The Seven Sorrows of Mary

10 – October:

The Holy Rosary

11 – November:

The Poor Souls in Purgatory

12 – December:

The Immaculate Conception of Ma


1 – Give glory to God by saving your soul;

2 – Maintain your soul in a state of grace by frequenting the sacraments and fulfilling the Precepts of the Church and the Ten Commandments;

3 – Overcome sin and grow in virtue;

4 – Die in a state of grace.


1 – To hear Mass on every Sunday and Holy Day of Obligation

2 – To receive Holy Communion only after careful preparation including fasting, prayer and Confession if necessary

3 – To make an examination of conscience every day and to go to Confession once a month. Choose one virtue each month to acquire. Repeat as much as necessary. Consider seriously at least every month your approaching death.

4 – To say one fourth of the Holy Rosary (five decades) every day

5 – To fast or abstain on Ash Wednesday, Good Friday & Fridays during Lent.

6 – To give alms to the needy and support my church

7 – To practice Mental Prayer for 15 minutes each day, particularly on the Passion of our Lord.

8 – To devote some time each week to reading the Holy Scriptures or learning about the faith

9 – On hearing the Holy Name of Jesus profaned, to say at least in one’s heart “Blessed be the Name of Jesus” as an act of reparation and intercessio

10 – If you cannot make it to Mass, read the daily readings and the reflection

11 – Pray the Liturgy of the Hours or even just part of it

12 – Say a prayer every time you see an ambulance or fire truck responding to a call

13 – Read a book about the saints or something to deepen your understanding about Catholicism

14 – Spend a few minutes with your Bible and a journal

15 – Every time you feel the urge to judge someone, pray a Hail Mary for them

16 – Take a few seconds throughout the day to thank God for the sun, a pretty flower you see, or

even just the shelter you have.

17 – Help someone in need.

18 – Whatever you do, do it with love.

(54) The 7 STAGES OF SIN

1- Suggestion

2- Pleasure

3 – Consent

4 – Act

5 – Habit

6 – Slavery

7 – Spiritual Blindness


1 – Because sin grieves and offends God

2 – Because sin is yielding to the Evil One

3 – Because sin brought the fall of man

4 – Because sin brought sorrow and suffering

5 – Because sin caused the Death of Christ

6 – Because sin separates us from God

7 – Because sin crucifies Jesus Christ afresh

8 – Because sin resists the Holy Spirit

9 – Because sin ruins our character

10 – Because sin deadens our conscience

11 – Because sin prevents the working of Grace

12 – Because sin imperils our immortal souls

13 – Because “the wages of sin is death.”


1 – It shows sorrow for sin

2 – It expresses the need for God’s Grace

3 – It strengthens the will and enlightens the mind

4 – It increases the beauty of holiness

5 – It brings peace to the mind and soul

6 – It keeps from presumption and pride

7 – It seeks pardon in God’s appointed way

8 – It releases from the eternal punishment

9 – It reduces temporal punishment

10 – It cleanses in the Blood of Jesus Christ

11 – It restores to a state of Grace

12 – It fits the soul for death and judgment

13 – It show Faith, Hope, and Charity

14 – It marks the Cross in our lives

15 – It leaves nothing undone to ensure pardon


1 – In the Heart – Contrition

2 – In the Mouth – Confession

3 – In the Life – Amendment


1 – Psalm 6: Domine, ne in furore

2 – Psalm 31: Beati, quorum

3 – Psalm 37: Domine, ne in furore

4 – Psalm 50: Miserere mei, Deus

5 – Psalm 101: Domine, exaudi

6 – Psalm 129: De profundis

7 – Psalm 142: Domine, exaudi


Remember, O Christian Soul, that thou hast this day and every day of thy life:

1- God to glorify

2 -Jesus to Imitate

3 – The Angels and Saints to Invoke

4 – A soul to save

5 – A body to mortify

6 – Sins to expiate

7 – Virtues to acquire

8 – Hell to avoid

9 – Heaven to gain

10 – Eternity to prepare for

11 – Time to profit by

12 – Neighbors to edify

13 – The world to despise

14 – Devils to combat

15 – Passions to subdue

16 – Death perhaps to suffer

17 – Judgment to undergo


(1) A Crucifix in every room

(2) Rosary for every family member

(3) Pray the rosary daily

(4) Beeswax candles

(5) Holy Water frequently sprinkled and available for blessing

(6) St. Benedict medals worn and placed around one’s home and property, expecially over windows and doors

(7) The use of blessed salt

(😎 Wearing of the Brown Scapular

(9) Invoking St. Michael the Archangel with his image and prayer

(10) Having your house blessed

(11) Daily prayer in the home, preferable as a family

(12) Regular confession

(13) Eucharistic Adoration (take your concerns to the Lord)

(14) Develop a closer relationship with your Holy Guardian Angel and all the Holy Angels

(15) Stop worrying about souls not living the faith. Pray for them with the confidence and trust of a child. Our God will come through, even if it’s their last breath. Entrust them to Him and Our Blessed Mother

(16) Believe. Trust. Pray. Make reparation. Do penance. Practice charity. Serve others. So there is no room for anxiety.

(17) Keep your eye on the goal, which is Heaven.

(18) Holy Bible for every family member and read it daily

(19) Statues and Holy Images of Mary and the Saints

(20) Miraculous Medal

(21) Images of the Sacred Heart of Jesus and the Immaculate Heart of Mary in a prominant location in the home

(22) Consecreation of the home to the Sacred Heart of Jesus

(23) Daily holy, faithful and inspirational reading

(24) Liturgical calendar and/or journal to connect on a daily basis with the saints and feast days of the Church

(25) Elimating from the house ungodly reading, games, videos, language, music, tv shows, etc.

(26) Make your home a Catholic home. Make your home a reflection of your faith. Act in your home as you would if Jesu sand Mary were there with you and yours.

(27) Take one day at a time. We already know the outcome. God will prevail. The Immaculate Heart of Mary will triumph. The gates of hell will not prevail against the Church. Nothing in this world lasts forever. This too will pass.

(28) He leadth us. His Mother guides us. Each day we pick up our cross and take it step by step.

(29) Persevere with faith and trust.

(30) Have all religious items blessed by a priest.


All Novenas by Start Date:

▪︎Surrender Novena

Starts: January 2nd

Feastday: January 11th

▪︎Infant of Prague Novena

Starts: January 5th

Feastday: January 14th

▪︎Our Lady of Hope Novena

Starts: January 8th

Feastday: January 17th

▪︎St Sebastian Novena

Starts: January 11th

Feastday: January 20th

▪︎St. Agnes Novena

Starts: January 12th

Feastday: January 21st

▪︎St Marianne Cope Novena

Starts: January 14th

Feastday: January 23rd

▪︎St. Francis de Sales Novena

Starts: January 15th

Feastday: January 24th

▪︎St Dwynwen Novena

Starts: January 16th

Feastday: January 25th

▪︎St Angela Merici Novena

Starts: January 18th

Feastday: January 27th

▪︎St. Thomas Aquinas Novena

Starts: January 19th

Feastday: January 28th

▪︎Respect Life Novena

Starts: January 20th

Feastday: January 29th

▪︎St John Bosco Novena

Starts: January 22nd

Feastday: January 31st

▪︎St Brigid of Ireland Novena

Starts: January 23rd

Feastday: February 1st

▪︎Our Lady of Good Success Novena

Starts: January 24th

Feastday: February 2nd

▪︎St Blaise Novena

Starts: January 25th

Feastday: February 3rd

▪︎St Agatha Novena

Starts: January 27th

Feastday: February 5th

▪︎St. Josephine Bakhita Novena

Starts: January 31st

Feastday: February 8th

▪︎St José Luis Sánchez del Río Novena

Starts: February 1st

Feastday: February 10th

▪︎St Scholastica Novena

Starts: February 1st

Feastday: February 10th

▪︎Our Lady of Lourdes Novena

Starts: February 2nd

Feastday: February 11th

▪︎St Abigail Novena

Starts: February 2nd

Feastday: February 11th

▪︎St Valentine Novena


Starts: February 5th

Feastday: February 14th

▪︎Holy Face of Jesus Novena

Starts: The Sunday 10 days

before Shrove Tuesday

Feastday: Shrove Tuesday

▪︎St Gabriel of Our Lady of Sorrows Novena

Starts: February 18th

Feastday: February 27th

▪︎St Katharine Drexel Novena

Starts: February 22nd

Feastday: March 3rd

▪︎Sts Perpetua and Felicity Novena

Starts: February 26th

Feastday: March 7th

▪︎St John of God Novena

Starts: February 27th

Feastday: March 8th

▪︎St Frances of Rome Novena

Starts: February 28th

Feastday: March 9th

▪︎St Dominic Savio Novena

Starts: March 1st

Feastday: March 10th

▪︎St. Francis Xavier Novena of Grace

Starts: March 4th

Feastday: March 12th

▪︎St. Patrick Novena

Starts: March 8th

Feastday: March 17th

▪︎St Cyril of Jerusalem Novena

Starts: March 9th

Feastday: March 18th

▪︎St. Joseph Novena

Starts: March 10th

Feastday: March 19th

▪︎Annunciation Novena

Starts: March 16th

Feastday: March 25th

▪︎St Isidore of Seville Novena

Starts: March 26th

Feastday: April 4th

▪︎St Vincent Ferrer Novena

Starts: March 27th

Feastday: April 5th

▪︎The Divine Mercy Chaplet

Starts: Good Friday

Feastday: Divine Mercy Sunday

▪︎St Gemma Galgani Novena

Starts: April 2nd

Feastday: April 11th

▪︎Mary, the Virgin of Revelation Novena

Starts: April 3rd

Feastday: April 12th

▪︎St Margaret of Castello Novena

Starts: April 4th

Feastday: April 13th

▪︎St Lydwine Novena

Starts: April 5th

Feastday: April 14th

▪︎Divine Mercy Novena

Starts: Good Friday

Feastday: Divine Mercy Sunday

▪︎St Bernadette of Lourdes Novena

Starts: April 7th

Feastday: April 16th

▪︎St Expeditus Novena

Starts: April 9th

Feastday: April 19th

▪︎St George Novena

Starts: April 14th

Feastday: April 23rd

▪︎Our Lady of Good Counsel Novena

Starts: April 17th

Feastday: April 26th

▪︎St Louis de Montfort Novena

Starts: April 19th

Feastday: April 28th

▪︎St Gianna Beretta Molla Novena

Starts: April 19th

Feastday: April 28th

▪︎St Peter Chanel Novena

Starts: April 19th

Feastday: April 28th

▪︎St Catherine of Siena Novena

Starts: April 20th

Feastday: April 29th

▪︎St Joseph the Worker Novena

Starts: April 22nd

Feastday: May 1st

▪︎St. Peregrine Novena

Starts: April 22nd

Feastday: May 1st

▪︎Our Lady of Fatima Novena

Starts: May 4th

Feastday: May 13th

▪︎St Corona Novena to

end the Coronavirus Pandemic

Starts: May 5th

Feastday: May 14th

▪︎St Dymphna Novena

– Prayers for Mental Illnesses

Starts: May 6th

Feastday: May 15th

▪︎St Isidore the Farmer Novena

Starts: May 6th

Feastday: May 15th

▪︎St Brendan Novena

Starts: May 7th

Feastday: May 16th

▪︎St Margaret of Cortona Novena

Starts: May 7th

Feastday: May 16th

▪︎St Rita of Cascia Novena

– Powerful Prayer for Impossible Causes

Starts: May 13th

Feastday: May 22nd

▪︎Mary, Help of Christians Novena

Starts: May 15th

Feastday: May 24th

▪︎St Philip Neri Novena

Starts: May 17th

Feastday: May 26th

▪︎Holy Spirit Novena

– Powerful Pentecost Prayers

Starts: 10 days before Pentecost

Feastday: on Pentecost

▪︎St Joan of Arc Novena

Starts: May 21st

Feastday: May 30th

▪︎St. Anthony Novena

Starts: June 4th

Feastday: June 13th

▪︎Novena to the Sacred Heart of Jesus

Starts: June 7th

Feastday: 19 days after Pentecost,

on a Friday

▪︎Immaculate Heart of Mary Novena

Starts: June 8th

Feastday: Third Saturday after Pentecost

▪︎St Aloysius Gonzaga Novena

Starts: June 12th

Feastday: June 21st

▪︎St Thomas More Novena

Starts: June 13th

Feastday: June 22nd

▪︎St. John the Baptist Novena

Starts: June 15th

Feastday: June 24th

▪︎St. Josemaria Escriva Novena

Starts: June 17th

Feastday: June 26th

▪︎Our Lady of Perpetual Help Novena

Starts: June 18th

Feastday: June 27th

▪︎St Peter and Paul Novena

Starts: June 20th

Feastday: June 29th

▪︎Precious Blood Novena

Starts: June 23rd

Feastday: July 1st

▪︎Blessed Pier Giorgio Frassati Novena

Starts: June 25th

Feastday: July 4th

▪︎St. Maria Goretti Novena

Starts: June 27th

Feastday: July 6th

▪︎St Veronica Giuliani Novena

Starts: June 30th

Feastday: July 9th

▪︎St Benedict Novena

Starts: July 2nd

Feastday: July 11th

▪︎Saints Louis and Zelie Martin Novena

Starts: July 3rd

Feastday: July 12th

▪︎St Teresa of the Andes Novena

Starts: July 4th

Feastday: July 13th

▪︎St Kateri Tekakwitha Novena

Starts: July 5th

Feastday: July 14th

▪︎Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Novena

Starts: July 7th

Feastday: July 16th

▪︎St Mary Magdalene Novena

Starts: July 13th

Feastday: July 22nd

▪︎St Bridget of Sweden Novena

Starts: July 14th

Feastday: July 23rd

▪︎St Charbel Novena

Starts: July 15th

Feastday: July 24th

▪︎St Christopher Novena

Starts: July 16th

Feastday: July 25th

▪︎St James the Greater Novena

Starts: July 16th

Feastday: July 25th

▪︎St. Anne Novena

– Prayers for Finding Your Husband

Starts: July 17th

Feastday: July 26th

▪︎Sts Joachim and Anne Novena

Starts: July 17th

Feastday: July 26th

▪︎Blessed Solanus Casey Novena

Starts: July 21st

Feastday: July 30th

▪︎St Ignatius Loyola Novena

Starts: July 22nd

Feastday: July 31st

▪︎St Alphonsus Liguori Novena

Starts: July 23rd

Feastday: August 1st

▪︎St Peter Julian Eymard Novena

Starts: July 24th

Feastday: August 2nd

▪︎St. John Vianney Novena

Starts: July 26th

Feastday: August 4th

▪︎Our Lady of the Snows Novena

Starts: July 27th

Feastday: August 5th

▪︎St Cajetan Novena

– Prayers for Employment

Starts: July 29th

Feastday: August 7th

▪︎Fourteen Holy Helpers Novena

Starts: July 30th

Feastday: August 8th

▪︎St Dominic Novena

Starts: July 30th

Feastday: August 8th

▪︎St Lawrence Novena

Starts: August 1st

Feastday: August 10th

▪︎St. Clare of Assisi Novena

Starts: August 2nd

Feastday: August 11th

▪︎St. Philomena Novena

Starts: August 2nd

Feastday: August 11th

▪︎Blessed Fr Michael McGivney Novena

Starts: August 4th

Feastday: August 13th

▪︎St Maximilian Kolbe Novena

Starts: August 5th

Feastday: August 14th

▪︎Mary Undoer of Knots Novena

– Unfailing Novena Prayer

Starts: August 6th

Feastday: August 15th

▪︎St Rocco Novena Against Plagues

Starts: August 7th

Feastday: August 16th

▪︎St Helena Novena

Starts: August 9th

Feastday: August 18th

▪︎Our Lady of Knock Novena

Starts: August 12th

Feastday: August 21st

▪︎Our Lady of Monte Berico Novena

Starts: August 13th

Feastday: August 22nd

▪︎St Rose of Lima Novena

Starts: August 14th

Feastday: August 23rd

▪︎Our Lady of Czestochowa Novena

Starts: August 17th

Feastday: August 26th

▪︎St. Monica Novena

Starts: August 18th

Feastday: August 27th

▪︎St Augustine Novena

Starts: August 19th

Feastday: August 28th

▪︎St Gregory the Great Novena

Starts: August 25th

Feastday: September 3rd

▪︎Mother Teresa of Calcutta Novena

Starts: August 27th

Feastday: September 5th

▪︎Our Lady of Good Health Novena

Starts: August 30th

Feastday: September 8th

▪︎Three Hail Marys Novena

Starts: August 30th

Feastday: September 7th

▪︎Holy Cross Novena

Starts: September 5th

Feastday: September 14th

▪︎Our Lady of Sorrows Novena

Starts: September 6th

Feastday: September 15th

St Joseph Cupertino Novena

– Prayer for Tests and Exams

Starts: September 9th

Feastday: September 18th

▪︎St Matthew Novena

Starts: September 12th

Feastday: September 21st

▪︎Padre Pio Novena

Starts: September 14th

Feastday: September 23rd

▪︎St Vincent de Paul Novena

Starts: September 18th

Feastday: September 27th

▪︎St Gabriel the Archangel Novena

Starts: September 20th

Feastday: September 29th

▪︎St. Michael the Archangel Novena

Starts: September 20th

Feastday: September 29th

▪︎St. Raphael the Archangel Novena

– Healing Prayers and To Find Spouse

Starts: September 20th

Feastday: September 29th

▪︎St. Therese of Lisieux Rose Novena

– Little Flower Prayers

Starts: September 22th

Feastday: October 1st

▪︎Guardian Angel Novena

Starts: September 23rd

Feastday: October 2nd

▪︎St. Francis of Assisi Novena

Starts: September 25th

Feastday: October 4th

▪︎St Faustina Novena

Starts: September 26th

Feastday: October 5th

▪︎Our Lady of the Rosary Novena

Starts: September 28th

Feastday: October 7th

▪︎St. Teresa of Avila Novena

Starts: October 6th

Feastday: October 15th

▪︎St Gerard Majella Novena

For Expectant Mothers

Starts: October 7th

Feastday: October 16th

▪︎St Margaret Mary Alacoque Novena

Starts: October 7th

Feastday: October 16th

▪︎St Luke Novena

Starts: October 9th

Feastday: October 18th

▪︎North American Martyrs Novena

Starts: October 10th

Feastday: October 19th

▪︎Pope St. John Paul II Novena

Starts: October 13th

Feastday: October 22nd

▪︎St. Jude Novena

– Miraculous Prayer for Hopeless Causes

Starts: October 19th

Feastday: October 28th

▪︎Novena for the Holy Souls in Purgatory

Starts: October 24th

Feastday: November 2nd

▪︎St Martin de Porres Novena

Starts: October 25th

Feastday: November 3rd

▪︎Election Novena

Starts: October 26th

Feastday: November 4th

▪︎St Elizabeth of the Trinity Novena

Starts: October 31st

Feastday: November 9th

▪︎Pope St Leo the Great Novena

Starts: November 1st

Feastday: November 10th

▪︎St. Martin of Tours Novena

Starts: November 2nd

Feastday: November 11th

▪︎St Frances Xavier Cabrini Novena

Starts: November 4th

Feastday: November 13th

▪︎St Albert the Great Novena

Starts: November 6th

Feastday: November 15th

▪︎St. Gertrude the Great Prayers

for the Souls in Purgatory Novena

Starts: November 7th

Feastday: November 16th

▪︎St Margaret of Scotland Novena

Starts: November 7th

Feastday: November 16th

▪︎St Elizabeth of Hungary Novena

Starts: November 8th

Feastday: November 17th

▪︎St Rose Philippine Duchesne Novena

Starts: November 9th

Feastday: November 18th

▪︎St. Cecilia Novena

Starts: November 13th

Feastday: November 22nd

▪︎Blessed Miguel Agustin Pro Novena

Starts: November 14th

Feastday: November 23rd

▪︎Christ the King Novena

Starts: November 17th

Feastday: November 26th

▪︎Miraculous Medal Novena

Starts: November 18th

Feastday: November 27th

▪︎St Edmund Campion Novena

Starts: November 22nd

Feastday: December 1st

▪︎St Ambrose Novena

Starts: November 23rd

Feastday: December 7th

▪︎St John of Damascus Novena

Starts: November 25th

Feastday: December 4th

▪︎St Nicholas of Myra Novena

Starts: November 27th

Feastday: December 6th

▪︎Immaculate Conception Novena

Starts: November 29th

Feastday: December 8th

▪︎St. Andrew Christmas Novena

Starts: November 30th

Feastday: December 25th

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