Coronavirus: Going Through the Pandemic with Prayer

The Covid-19 Pandemic has hit the world, and we are still experiencing its devastating effects today. The virus attacks the body, of course, but it is also detrimental to our habits, economy, social relationships, etc. Illness, isolation, fears, and precarity has impacted our daily lives, and we need to find our strength with prayer. God is with us: let us bring all our petitions to the Father and unite in prayer to face the coronavirus pandemic!

Gaining Strength from Prayer

Viruses weaken our immune system. As the virus spreads, generating new variants wave after wave, our mental health, social bonds and projects also take a toll. Hozana offers you to join various communities (publishing daily content or lasting a few days) to strengthen your hope, boost your joy, and stimulate your defences against evil!

"So do not fear, for I am with you; do not be dismayed, for I am your God. I will strengthen you and help you; I will uphold you with my righteous right hand." (Isaiah 41: 10).

Praying at Home during Lockdown

The health measures implemented periodically do not allow us to live our faith the way we used to. 

However, even if it is not always possible to organise gatherings and celebrations, there are many prayer programs on Hozana to pray together, such as the community "A Miracle Every Day" or the community to pray the Holy Rosary every day. 

Discover the programs on Hozana to deepen your relationship with the Lord. The communities can help bring success to each of your experiences: introduction to Christian meditation, paths of hope.

Pray for the Sick and the Victims of Covid-19

Novenas of prayer for the victims of the pandemic allow you to share the pain of those who suffer from the coronavirus: 

  • The sick, the departed, those who are still affected by the disease well after being infected;
  • Those who experience isolation and financial issues because of the current state of affairs. 

Novenas also allow us to pray for and thank those currently fighting this pandemic, such as healthcare workers, scientists figuring out a cure, and those who offer their services to their neighbours and society.