Novena For Single Catholics Seeking Marriage

Novena For Catholics Seeking Marriage

The following novena was written by Bishop O’Toole of Wales and England. It can be said as a novena leading up to St. Valentine’s Day, but is also appropriate at other times of the year. Say this prayer for 9 consecutive days! 

Loving Father,
You know that the deepest desire of my heart is to meet someone that I can share my life with.
I trust in your loving plan for me and ask that I might meet soon the person that you have prepared for me.
Through the power of your Holy Spirit, open my heart and mind so that I recognise my soulmate.
Remove any obstacles that may be in the way of this happy encounter,
So that I might find a new sense of wholeness, joy and peace.
Give me the grace too, to know and accept, if you have another plan for my life.
I surrender my past, present and future into the tender heart of your Son, Jesus,
Confident that my prayer will be heard and answered.
AMEN.
Sacred Heart of Jesus, I place all my trust in you.
St Valentine, pray for me.

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