Novena to the Holy Spirit
Hello OC Families –
As we enter the home stretch of returning to school in person, we want to ask you to join us in a system-wide Novena to the Holy Spirit.
We will begin the Novena today on Monday, August 17th and it will run through Tuesday, August 25th. We will conclude the novena with Mass at 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday, August 25th (live-streamed from the OCHS chapel). Fr. Jason will unveil a prayer for OCS during the mass and ask all families to recite throughout the year.
We will email the daily intention and prayers out to families each day.
God bless –
To view the prayer for Day One, click HERE.
What is a Novena?
A novena is a traditional Catholic form of prayer where you ask our Lord to answer a specific need or prayer request over the course of 9 days. Choose a time of day to recite your Novena prayer. You should pray your Novena during the same time each day. For example, if you pray at 9 am the first day, you should pray at 9 am the remaining days. For more information on what is a Novena and how to pray it, please visit: https://blessedisshe.net/blog/novenas/ .
Novena to the Holy Spirit.
Each day of Novena will have a different intention:
August 17th For an end to the global pandemic
August 18th For the safety and health of the families of Owensboro Catholic Schools
August 19th For the safety and health of all students in Owensboro Catholic Schools as we begin a new school year in the midst of a global pandemic
August 20th For the safety and health of all teachers of Owensboro Catholic Schools as we begin a new school year in the midst of a global pandemic
August 21st For the safety and health of all staff and administration of Owensboro Catholic Schools as we begin a new school year in the midst of a global pandemic
August 22nd For the Owensboro Catholic Schools K-3 Campus
August 23rd For the Owensboro Catholic Schools 4-6 Campus
August 24th For Owensboro Catholic Middle School
August 25th For Owensboro Catholic High School
August 25th Mass for Safe Return to School (Live Stream from OCHS chapel)