Day 3 - Saint Peregrine Novena - Hozana

Day 3 - Saint Peregrine Novena

Day 3 - Saint Peregrine Novena

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

I put myself in the presence of the Lord Jesus,

I remain in silence to let myself be invaded by the presence of Jesus, Mary, Saint Peregrine,

"Jesus, filled with the Holy Spirit was pushed into the desert ..." (Luke 4,1)

It will be difficult for me to pray if I do not know how to do it. The most essential thing is silence. Prayerful souls are souls of deep silence. I cannot put myself in the presence of the Lord Jesus without committing to a silence from inside and outside. You have to gradually get used to the silence of the mind, the eyes and of language. Christ Jesus is a friend of silence. He is neither in noise nor in agitation.

Prayer of the day:

Lord Jesus, You who in your great goodness gave your Servant Saint Peregrine to be a soul of prayer and of silence, grant me this same favor. Form in me the true soul of prayer. Blessed Virgin Mary, my Good Mother, give me Your Son Jesus. Amen.

Our Father, Hail Mary, Glory be to the Father

Saint Perigrine, pray for me.

Saint Peregrine, pray for all those who suffer.

Saint Perefrine, you who suffered, put in my heart, Faith, Hope and Peace.


Offer up a small sacrifice, a resolution for this day.

When we think about it, we will find lots of resolutions to offer, "just for today". Some examples: going to mass, a visit to the Blessed Sacrament, quitting smoking or watching TV for a day, a gesture of love towards someone who needs it, a phone call or a short prayer ...

Let us pray:

Prayer for healing of people with cancer

Lord Jesus, it is with confidence that I begin this novena with You and Mary, our Holy and Virgin Mother, to obtain, by the intercession of Saint Pérégrin, the healing of ……. suffering from cancer.

Lord Jesus, save me from this terrible disease and above all keep me in Your Love.


Prayers to be said each day of the novena: click on "I pray"

Take a moment to treasure up all these things and ponder them in your heart (cf Luke 2,19)

Let your speech always be gracious, seasoned with salt, so that you may know how you ought to answer everyone. Col 4:6