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Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Novena to the Feast of Saint Nicholas Glorious Confessor of Christ



Saint Nicholas, Glorious Confessor of Christ, assist us in thy loving kindness.

Glorious St. Nicholas, my special Patron from thy throne in glory, thou dost enjoy the presence of God, turn thine eyes in pity upon me and attain for me from our Lord the graces and help that I need in my spiritual and temporal necessities (and especially this humble prayer intention provided that it be profitable to my salvation).
Be mindful likewise, O Glorious and Saintly Bishop, of our Sovereign Pontiff of our Holy Church and of all Christian people.
Bring back to the right way of salvation all those who are living steeped in sin, blinded by darkness of ignorance, error and heresy 
Saint Nicholas comfort the afflicted, provide the needy.
Strengthen the fearful, defend the oppressed, give health to the infirm.
Cause all people to experience the benefits of thy powerful intercession
with the supreme giver of every good and perfect gift. Amen.

~ Our Father, Hail Mary and Glory Be to the Father. ~

Pray for us Blessed Saint Nicholas, that we may be worthy of the promises of Christ.

Let us Pray,

O God who has glorified Blessed Saint Nicholas, Thine illustrious Confessor and Bishop, by means of countless signs and wonder, and who does not cease daily so to glorify him , grant we beseech Thee, that we, being assisted by his merits and prayers, be delivered from the fires of hell and from all dangers through Christ our Lord. Amen.

2 comments:

Michael Romeo Gaudiel said...

Dear Blessed Catholic Saints,

I’ve recently come across your blog and have enjoyed reading your posts. I wonder if your other readers might enjoy the “Who Was St. Patrick, Anyway?” infographic I’ve posted on visual.ly: http://visual.ly/patrick-story-behind-saint. If you like it, perhaps you can embed it onto your site to share with your readers!

Kind regards, Michael

Michael Romeo Gaudiel said...

Dear BCSA,

I’ve recently come across your blog and have enjoyed reading your posts. I wonder if your other readers might enjoy the “Who Was St. Patrick, Anyway?” infographic I’ve posted on visual.ly: http://visual.ly/patrick-story-behind-saint. If you like it, perhaps you can embed it onto your site to share with your readers!

Kind regards, Michael