St. Ignatius Loyola Novena

Novena Begins: July 22
Feast Day: July 31

Patron Saint of Military Ordinariate of the Philippines,
Society of Jesus, soldiers, Educators and Education.

Day 1 – St. Ignatius Loyola Novena 

Let us begin, In the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit. Amen. 

Eternal Lord of all things, I feel your gaze on me. I sense that your Mother stands near, watching and that with you are all the great beings of heaven: angels and powers and martyrs and saints. Lord Jesus, I think you have put a desire in me. If you will help me, please, I would like to make my offering. I want it to be my desire and my choice, provided that you want it, too, to live my life as you lived yours. I know that you lived an insignificant person in a little, despised town. I know that you rarely tasted luxury and never privilege, and that you resolutely refused to accept power. I know that you suffered rejection by leaders, abandonment by friends, and failure. I know. I can hardly bear the thought of it all. But it seems a towering wonderful thing that you might call me to follow you and stand with you. I will labor to bring God’s reign if you will give me the gift to do it. 

(Mention your request here…) 

St. Ignatius Loyola pray for us. Amen. 

Say 1: Our Father…   Say 1: Hail Mary…  Say 1: Glory Be…

Day 2 – St. Ignatius Loyola Novena 

Let us begin, In the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit. Amen. 

Eternal Lord of all things, I feel your gaze on me. I sense that your Mother stands near, watching and that with you are all the great beings of heaven: angels and powers and martyrs and saints. Lord Jesus, I think you have put a desire in me. If you will help me, please, I would like to make my offering. I want it to be my desire and my choice, provided that you want it, too, to live my life as you lived yours. I know that you lived an insignificant person in a little, despised town. I know that you rarely tasted luxury and never privilege, and that you resolutely refused to accept power. I know that you suffered rejection by leaders, abandonment by friends, and failure. I know. I can hardly bear the thought of it all. But it seems a towering wonderful thing that you might call me to follow you and stand with you. I will labor to bring God’s reign if you will give me the gift to do it. 

(Mention your request here…) 

St. Ignatius Loyola pray for us. Amen. 

Say 1: Our Father…   Say 1: Hail Mary…  Say 1: Glory Be…

Day 3 – St. Ignatius Loyola Novena 

Let us begin, In the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit. Amen. 

Eternal Lord of all things, I feel your gaze on me. I sense that your Mother stands near, watching and that with you are all the great beings of heaven: angels and powers and martyrs and saints. Lord Jesus, I think you have put a desire in me. If you will help me, please, I would like to make my offering. I want it to be my desire and my choice, provided that you want it, too, to live my life as you lived yours. I know that you lived an insignificant person in a little, despised town. I know that you rarely tasted luxury and never privilege, and that you resolutely refused to accept power. I know that you suffered rejection by leaders, abandonment by friends, and failure. I know. I can hardly bear the thought of it all. But it seems a towering wonderful thing that you might call me to follow you and stand with you. I will labor to bring God’s reign if you will give me the gift to do it. 

(Mention your request here…) 

St. Ignatius Loyola pray for us. Amen. 

Say 1: Our Father…   Say 1: Hail Mary…  Say 1: Glory Be…

Day 4 – St. Ignatius Loyola Novena 

Let us begin, In the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit. Amen. 

Eternal Lord of all things, I feel your gaze on me. I sense that your Mother stands near, watching and that with you are all the great beings of heaven: angels and powers and martyrs and saints. Lord Jesus, I think you have put a desire in me. If you will help me, please, I would like to make my offering. I want it to be my desire and my choice, provided that you want it, too, to live my life as you lived yours. I know that you lived an insignificant person in a little, despised town. I know that you rarely tasted luxury and never privilege, and that you resolutely refused to accept power. I know that you suffered rejection by leaders, abandonment by friends, and failure. I know. I can hardly bear the thought of it all. But it seems a towering wonderful thing that you might call me to follow you and stand with you. I will labor to bring God’s reign if you will give me the gift to do it. 

(Mention your request here…) 

St. Ignatius Loyola pray for us. Amen. 

Say 1: Our Father…   Say 1: Hail Mary…  Say 1: Glory Be…

Day 5 – St. Ignatius Loyola Novena 

Let us begin, In the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit. Amen. 

Eternal Lord of all things, I feel your gaze on me. I sense that your Mother stands near, watching and that with you are all the great beings of heaven: angels and powers and martyrs and saints. Lord Jesus, I think you have put a desire in me. If you will help me, please, I would like to make my offering. I want it to be my desire and my choice, provided that you want it, too, to live my life as you lived yours. I know that you lived an insignificant person in a little, despised town. I know that you rarely tasted luxury and never privilege, and that you resolutely refused to accept power. I know that you suffered rejection by leaders, abandonment by friends, and failure. I know. I can hardly bear the thought of it all. But it seems a towering wonderful thing that you might call me to follow you and stand with you. I will labor to bring God’s reign if you will give me the gift to do it. 

(Mention your request here…) 

St. Ignatius Loyola pray for us. Amen. 

Say 1: Our Father…   Say 1: Hail Mary…  Say 1: Glory Be…

Day 6 – St. Ignatius Loyola Novena 

Let us begin, In the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit. Amen. 

Eternal Lord of all things, I feel your gaze on me. I sense that your Mother stands near, watching and that with you are all the great beings of heaven: angels and powers and martyrs and saints. Lord Jesus, I think you have put a desire in me. If you will help me, please, I would like to make my offering. I want it to be my desire and my choice, provided that you want it, too, to live my life as you lived yours. I know that you lived an insignificant person in a little, despised town. I know that you rarely tasted luxury and never privilege, and that you resolutely refused to accept power. I know that you suffered rejection by leaders, abandonment by friends, and failure. I know. I can hardly bear the thought of it all. But it seems a towering wonderful thing that you might call me to follow you and stand with you. I will labor to bring God’s reign if you will give me the gift to do it. 

(Mention your request here…) 

St. Ignatius Loyola pray for us. Amen. 

Say 1: Our Father…   Say 1: Hail Mary…  Say 1: Glory Be…

Day 7 – St. Ignatius Loyola Novena 

Let us begin, In the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit. Amen. 

Eternal Lord of all things, I feel your gaze on me. I sense that your Mother stands near, watching and that with you are all the great beings of heaven: angels and powers and martyrs and saints. Lord Jesus, I think you have put a desire in me. If you will help me, please, I would like to make my offering. I want it to be my desire and my choice, provided that you want it, too, to live my life as you lived yours. I know that you lived an insignificant person in a little, despised town. I know that you rarely tasted luxury and never privilege, and that you resolutely refused to accept power. I know that you suffered rejection by leaders, abandonment by friends, and failure. I know. I can hardly bear the thought of it all. But it seems a towering wonderful thing that you might call me to follow you and stand with you. I will labor to bring God’s reign if you will give me the gift to do it. 

(Mention your request here…) 

St. Ignatius Loyola pray for us. Amen. 

Say 1: Our Father…   Say 1: Hail Mary…  Say 1: Glory Be…

Day 8 – St. Ignatius Loyola Novena 

Let us begin, In the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit. Amen. 

Eternal Lord of all things, I feel your gaze on me. I sense that your Mother stands near, watching and that with you are all the great beings of heaven: angels and powers and martyrs and saints. Lord Jesus, I think you have put a desire in me. If you will help me, please, I would like to make my offering. I want it to be my desire and my choice, provided that you want it, too, to live my life as you lived yours. I know that you lived an insignificant person in a little, despised town. I know that you rarely tasted luxury and never privilege, and that you resolutely refused to accept power. I know that you suffered rejection by leaders, abandonment by friends, and failure. I know. I can hardly bear the thought of it all. But it seems a towering wonderful thing that you might call me to follow you and stand with you. I will labor to bring God’s reign if you will give me the gift to do it. 

(Mention your request here…) 

St. Ignatius Loyola pray for us. Amen. 

Say 1: Our Father…   Say 1: Hail Mary…  Say 1: Glory Be…

Day 9 – St. Ignatius Loyola Novena 

Let us begin, In the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit. Amen. 

Eternal Lord of all things, I feel your gaze on me. I sense that your Mother stands near, watching and that with you are all the great beings of heaven: angels and powers and martyrs and saints. Lord Jesus, I think you have put a desire in me. If you will help me, please, I would like to make my offering. I want it to be my desire and my choice, provided that you want it, too, to live my life as you lived yours. I know that you lived an insignificant person in a little, despised town. I know that you rarely tasted luxury and never privilege, and that you resolutely refused to accept power. I know that you suffered rejection by leaders, abandonment by friends, and failure. I know. I can hardly bear the thought of it all. But it seems a towering wonderful thing that you might call me to follow you and stand with you. I will labor to bring God’s reign if you will give me the gift to do it. 

(Mention your request here…) 

St. Ignatius Loyola pray for us. Amen. 

Say 1: Our Father…   Say 1: Hail Mary…  Say 1: Glory Be…

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