MONTHLY PRAYERS

Below, you will find additional optional prayers for each month. They are not considered to be part of the “Impossible Novena” itself, rather they are prayers that you can say daily, in unison with The Church’s devotions, to complement your daily Novena Prayers

We started this project in September of 2023, so you will see prayers beginning there and continuing into the month we are currently in. By August 2024, we should have this list completed for each month.

At the very bottom of this page, you will find other Prayers/Devotions which you might enjoy printing & praying along with.

If you would like to find these prayers in audio format, please find them on Instagram @miraculous_revival where we go live to pray together on the 1st of each month. We save them after the live ends and keep them on our page until the end of the month. You’ll find the live session pinned at the top of our Instagram page!

January: Holy Name of Jesus

“If we call to our minds the name of Jesus, it brings before us His most meek and humble heart, and gives us a new knowledge of His most loving and tender compassion. The name of Jesus is the purest, and holiest, the noblest and most indulgent of names, the name of all blessings and of all virtues; it is the name of the God-Man, of sanctity itself.” //St. Bernard//

February: The Holy Family

“Let us love Jesus above all, let us love Mary as our mother; but then, how could we keep from loving Joseph, who was so intimately united to both Jesus and Mary? And how can we honor him better than by imitating his virtues? Now, what else did he do in all his life but contemplate, study, and adore Jesus, even in the midst of his daily labors? Behold, therefore, our model.” // St. Madeleine Sophie Barat //

March: Saint Joseph

“His was the title of father of the Son of God, because he was the Spouse of Mary, ever Virgin. He was our Lord’s father, because Jesus ever yielded to him the obedience of a son. He was our Lord’s father, because to him were entrusted, and by him were faithfully fulfilled, the duties of a father, in protecting Him, giving Him a home, sustaining and rearing Him, and providing Him with a trade” // St. John Henry Newman //

April: The Holy Eucharist

"O Jesus, You instituted this Sacrament, not through any desire to draw some advantage from it for Yourself, but solely moved by love which has no other measure than to be without measure. You instituted this Sacrament because Your love exceeds all words. Burning with love for us, You desired to give Yourself to us and took up Your dwelling in the consecrated Host, entirely and forever, until the end of time. And You did this, not only to give us a memorial of Your death which is our salvation, but You did it also, to remain with us entirely and forever." // St. Angela of Foligno //

May: The Virgin Mary

“Mary is the glory of creation, the delight of the angels, the model of saints, the strength of the vacillating, the consolation of the weak, and the secure refuge of sinners.” //Servant of God Mother Auxilia De La Cruz//

June: Sacred Heart of Jesus

“As to persons living in the world, they shall find in this devotion all the aids necessary in their state of life: peace in their homes, consolation in their work, the blessing of heaven upon all their enterprises, comfort in their sorrows, a secure refuge during life and especially at the hours of death. It is plainly evident that there is no one in the world who will not receive all kinds of heavenly blessings if they have a true love of Jesus Christ manifested by a devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus.” //St. Margaret Mary Alacoque//

July: The Precious Blood of Our Lord

“This blood, when worthily received, drives away demons and puts them at a distance from us, and even summons to us angels and the Lord of angels. This blood, poured out in abundance, has washed the whole world clean. This is the price of the world; by it Christ purchased the Church.” //St John Chrysostom//

August: Immaculate Heart of Mary

“To save the souls of poor sinners, God wishes to establish the devotion to my Immaculate Heart throughout the world.” //Our Lady of Fatima//

“In the Immaculate Heart of Mary, I trust. Look to the Star, call upon Mary! In danger, in difficulty or in doubt, think of Mary, call upon Mary. Keep her name on your lips, never let it pass out of your heart.” //St. Bernard//

September: Seven Sorrows of Mary

“When she was asked to become the mother of the Messiah, Mary’s faith enabled her to give a humble and generous response….Mary’s faith was frequently tested during the public life of Jesus, especially when she witnessed the rejection of her son. At the foot of the cross, her pilgrimage of faith had its moment of most severe testing. Mary continued to believe that, because Jesus was the Son of God, His sacrifice would bring salvation to humanity.” //St. John Paul II//

October: The Holy Rosary

“Never will anyone really be able to understand the marvelous riches of sanctification which are contained in the prayers and mysteries of the Holy Rosary. This meditation on the mysteries of the life and death of Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ is the source of the most wonderful fruits for those who use it.” //St. Louis De Montfort//

November: The Holy Souls in Purgatory

“The practice of recommending to God the souls in Purgatory, that He may mitigate the great pains which they suffer, and that He may soon bring them to His glory, is most pleasing to the Lord and most profitable to us. For these blessed souls are His eternal spouses, and most grateful are they to those who obtain their deliverance from prison, or even a mitigation of their torments. When, therefore, they arrive in Heaven, they will be sure to remember all who have prayed for them.” //St. Alphonsus Maria de Liguori//

December: Immaculate Conception & Advent

“The Immaculate Conception shines like a beacon of light for humanity in all the ages. At the beginning of the third millennium, it guides us to believe and hope in God, in his salvation and in eternal life. In particular, it lights the way of the Church, which is committed to the new evangelization.” //St. Pope John Paul II//

Prayers for Peace & Conversion

"Do not lose your inner peace for anything whatsoever, not even if your whole world seems upset. If you find that you have wandered away from the shelter of God, lead your heart back to Him quietly and simply."  //St. Francis de Sales//

"If the lungs of prayer and of the Word of God do not nourish the breath of spiritual life,we risk suffocating in the midst of a thousand daily cares. Prayer is the breath of the soul and of life"

POPE BENEDICT XVI