A Rushing Wind
A Novena With The Holy Spirit
A New Pentecost
Just the Beginning!
After praying for 9 days, the Holy Spirit came down on the apostles, and they were never the same. After this Novena, we hope the Holy Spirit powerfully impacts your life and continues to be a daily part of your prayer.
We live as we pray and pray as we live. Here is a reminder for some concrete ways to take our prayer into our life and continue to prepare ourselves to receive the Gifts of the Holy Spirit.
- Fortitude: by embracing life’s challenges – asking for strength, not for ease
- Counsel: by seeking out and making time for silence
- Piety: by treating everyone as brothers and sisters in God
- Fear of the Lord: by meditating on God’s awesomeness
- Knowledge: by gratitude for good things, so they can lead us to God
- Understanding: by responding to God’s invitations with docility
- Wisdom: by seeking an ever deepening relationship with God in prayer
More From reCatholic
Our mission is to create resources that help groups and individuals rediscover their faith, rekindle a love for it, and let it renew their lives.
Our conviction is that only radical holiness can bring renewal in the Church. As we discerned the first resource to create, we felt the Holy Spirit was asking us to develop this Novena in His honor.
Everything came together with so much providence, that we are still in awe of God’s marvelous ways. We feel the Holy Spirit wanted it to happen, and for whatever reason, He wanted you to be a part of this journey. So thank you for joining us!
As God allows, we plan to create more resources that can be used with parishes, families, prayer groups, catechism classes, etc. We hope you will follow along as we see what the Lord has in store for reCatholic!
We are looking for others to get involved with our team. If you feel you might be called, please take a look at the types of talent and experience that might be able to support our work.
Feedback – Holy Spirit Novena
How Did You Feel About the Novena?
As of day 1 feedback has been pouring in about how this simple prayer has inspired, touched and challenged the lives of individuals, families, and even Catholic organizations. We’d love to hear how you felt too.
Did you pray it alone or as a group? Did you look forward to each day? Was it easy to share with friends who were not your typical novena lovers? Were there perhaps “God moments” that moved your heart? We’d love to hear your story in the comments below!