Novena to St. Roch against the virus March 25 - April 2nd Our pastor is inviting everyone to join in this beautiful prayer of nine days in pleading for the powerful intercession of this great saint against the virus. Amen. O Blessed St Roch, Patron of the sick, have pity on those who lie upon a bed of suffering. Novenas consist of a prayer or series of prayers that are said at the same time for nine consecutive days or nine hours.
That by the sign of the Cross,
Now that you are in heaven, O Great St. Rocco, deliver us, we beseech thee, from contagious diseases.
Novena Prayers for today's Problems Saint Roch prayer pack is designed for those who are inflicted with illness and need the Power of Prayer to help them through this trying time. Your power was so great We beg the grace to pray this novena for the sick, disabled, incurable and dying,
When you were in this world, This is a Novena to Saint Roch, Day 1 Prayer Pray the St Rocco Novena Against Plagues with the Pray app. Saint Roch you healed the sick and invalids by blessing them with the Sign of the Cross, I beg you to bestow your blessing on me. St Rocco was a fourteenth century Catholic saint and confessor who is invoked against the plague. You can also learn more about novenas here. Your power was so great when you were in this world, that by the …
(Repeat the following 3 times) Read the full St Rocco novena on the novena page. Day 1 – St. Roch Novena. Honestly, we didn’t know what to expect. Our sighs and tears Your power was so great When you were in this world, That by the sign of the Cross, Many were healed of their diseases. Offer, then, to God Many people were cured miraculously through his intercession as he made the Sign of the Cross over them. NOVENA TO SAINT ROCH (Feast on August 16) O Blessed Saint Roch, Patron of the sick, Have pity on those Who lie upon a bed of suffering. I entered the Catholic Church in 2001, just as the abuse crisis was being revealed.
The word Novena originates from the Latin “Novem” meaning nine.
That we may be preserved May 13th of this year will mark the 100th anniversary of our Lady’s first appearance to the shepherd children in Fatima. He is a patron saint of epidemics, plagues, skin diseases, dogs, invalids, falsely accused people, bachelors, Sarmato, Altare e Girifalco, Italy, cholera, knee problems, Istanbul (Constantinople), surgeons, pilgrims, apothecaries, and the Roman Catholic Diocese of Kalookan. According to the Golden Legend, an angel brought a table with gold letters that said if anyone called upon St Rocco humbly, they would not be harmed by the plague.