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What is the significance of a novena? Why nine days?

What is the significance of a novena? Why nine days, rather than ten or forty or three? A novena (from Latin: Novem, meaning Nine) is an institutional act of religious pious devotion in the Roman Catholic Church, often consisting of private or public prayers repeated for nine successive days in belief of obtaining special intercessory graces.

A novena is a devotion consisting of prayer said (usually) on nine successive days, asking to obtain special graces. These may consist of prayer booklets, recitation of the Rosary, or small prayers through the day. There are four recognized categories of Novenae: mourning, preparation, prayer, and those which are indulgenced, however, a given novena can belong to more than one of these categories.

The practice of saying novenas is derived from Scripture. After Jesus's Ascension into heaven, He told his disciples to pray together in the upper room and devote themselves to constant prayer (Acts 1:14). Doctrine proposes that the Apostles, Blessed Virgin Mary, and other followers of Jesus prayed together for nine consecutive days, concluding in the descent of the Holy Spirit on Pentecost.

Novena’s are most commonly addressed to:

  • Jesus

  • The Blessed Trinity or any Individual Person

  •  The Blessed Virgin Mary

  • Saints

  • Angels

A novena is simply the pious practice of praying for a particular intention nine times. It is usually done with one prayer over a nine-day period but can be done by praying the same prayer nine times in a row. Any formal, informal, or spontaneous prayer done in a set of nine times constitutes a novena. You may use a formal novena that is approved for devotional use or you may put together your own set of prayers for your private use. The only requirement is that the prayers not be said with the intention to manipulate an answer from God. Whatever they are—if they are said faithfully and with trust in God that he will answer your prayer in the manner he wills to do so—they are fine.

How to Pray the Novena