Meditation Novenas are a new way to experience a particular topic through daily reflection guided by one of our contributing authors. Check out our available Meditation Novenas here.
Nine Days with St. John Henry Newman
Cardinal Newman is soon to be our newest saint! By subscribing to this meditation novena, you will experience his canonization first hand.
Written by Paul McCusker, who is a prolific and award-winning writer, we will be following along as he attends Cardinal Newman’s canonization in Rome.
This novena of personal reflections and musings on Cardinal Newman, Rome, and the canonization experience will begin on October 11th and take us all the way through the post-canonization celebrations until Paul returns to the States on October 19th.
The Living Heart of an Apostle
Join us as we pray with, learn from, and walk alongside Mary Magdalene to prepare for her feast day, July 22. This multimedia, interactive novena is a new take on a tried and true Catholic prayer.
This novena includes daily videos from Ancient Magdala, and a live webinar with the Consecrated Women of Regnum Christi and Liz Tabish who portrays Mary Magdalene in The Chosen!
Living in the Spirit: A Pentecost Meditation Novena
Living in the Spirit: A Pentecost Meditation Novena is designed to help you delve deeper into the central mysteries of the Holy Spirit. Who is the Holy Spirit for me? How do I relate and experience his presence? How has the Holy Spirit impacted my life? What advice would I share to help someone grow in a relationship with the Holy Spirit? It will be a powerful opportunity to ponder the mystery of God’s action in the events of our lives and to ask for the light, strength, and love we so sorely need as Christians. Join members of Regnum Christi from all walks of life, Legionaries of Christi, Consecrated Women of Regnum Christi, and lay members as they share personal testimonies, reflections, and a vocal prayer to help deepen your relationship with the Holy Spirit.
A Divine Mercy Meditation Novena
The Divine Mercy Meditation Novena will be a nine-day journey into the history, spirituality, and necessity of the well-known Divine Mercy image and devotion.
The novena will feature the original artwork and spiritual reflections on the image of Divine Mercy by Fr. Michael Mitchell, LC. This novena will slowly reveal the image of Divine Mercy and bring the painting of the merciful Jesus to life. Your emails will begin on April 9 with a brief introduction and the Novena starts on April 10 (Good Friday) and will conclude the day before Divine Mercy Sunday.