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A Novena for Our Lady of Lourdes

Dear Friend of Our Lady and St. Jude,

What kind of healing do you need most? What illness, difficulties or concerns would you like to entrust to Our Lady of Lourdes this February?

Whatever it is, Mary is your Heavenly Mother, and she wants you to come to her. She wants you to trust her. She wants you to let her, by the grace of Christ, give you what you need most, whether it’s a miraculous cure from cancer, infertility or high blood pressure, the healing of a loved one from an addiction . . . or a miraculous healing within your soul. In Our Blessed Mother’s loving embrace there is peace, comfort, strength and joy for all who come to her.

Please enter the names of all those in need of healing you’d like the Friars to pray for in the form below; be sure to include your own ailments and difficulties so the Friars can include your intentions in the Special Novena for Healing that we’ll be praying at the Rosary Shrine from February 3rd through February 11th.

May Our Blessed Lady of Lourdes assist you and all your loved ones with healings of mind and body, and all your hearts with hope in God’s compassionate, unconditional love. Thank you for your generosity and prayers. You and your loved ones will be remembered in the prayers of all the Friars at the Rosary Shrine of St. Jude, especially during the Novena honoring Our Lady of Lourdes.

Sincerely in Our Lady of Lourdes,



Fr. Gabriel Gillen, O.P.
Director, Rosary Shrine of St. Jude

Our Lady of Lourdes Novena Prayer Intentions

Please complete the form below to share your special prayer intentions with the Dominican Friars at the Rosary Shrine of St. Jude for our Christmas Novena. The Friars will be sure to include you and your intentions for this Novena, as well as their daily prayers and good works.


February 3, 2018 @ 6:00 am


February 11, 2018 @ 11:00 pm
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Rosary Shrine of Saint Jude
630 E Street SW
Washington, DC 20024 United States



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