Healing and Hope Novena

Bring the physical, spiritual or emotional crosses you bear to the altar during the 71st Annual Healing and Hope Novena. Come and find God’s healing and mercy. Join us for any or all of these evenings as we seek God’s special blessings through the intercession of Our Lady of the Snows.

Each Novena Mass begins at 7:30 p.m., and features special preaching, music, healing rituals and prayers. Services conclude with a candlelight rosary procession.

  • Friday, August 1 and Tuesday, August 5 will be celebrated outside in the Amphitheater
  • Participants are invited to bring a picture of a deceased loved one to the Mass on Sunday, August 3 (the evening celebrating Healing and Hope within Loved Ones’ Deaths) for a special blessing.

Click here to request the Novena prayers and homilies daily through email.

Find Healing & Hope within…

Marriage and Relationships  – Monday, July 28
Deacon Dave Bohnenstiehl,
St. Paul Catholic Church, Highland, IL

Addictions – Tuesday, July 29
Fr. Chava Gonzalez, OMI,
Director of Hispanic Ministry and Youth Ministry, Shrine of Our Lady of the Snows

Financial Stresses – Wednesday, July 30
Fr. Thomas Singer, OMI

Social Injustices – Thursday, July 31
Javier Orozco,
Director of Hispanic Ministry, Archdiocese of St. Louis

Fear and Anxiety – Friday, August 1
Fr. Chava Gonzalez, OMI
Director of Hispanic Ministry and Youth Ministry, Shrine of Our Lady of the Snows

Physical Illnesses – Saturday, August 2
Fr. Jim Allen, OMI

Loved Ones’ Deaths – Sunday, August 3
Fr. William Hitpas,
St. Nicholas Parish, O’Fallon, IL

Crises of Faith – Monday, August 4
Fr. Mark Dean, OMI

Thanksgiving for Healing Received – Tuesday, August 5
Feast Day of Our Lady of the Snows
Fr. Tom Ovalle, OMI
Director of the Shrine of Our Lady of the Snows

The Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate welcome you as they, like Mary, seek courageously to bring Christ to a world in need.

Click here to request the Novena prayers and homilies daily through email.
For more information, call: 618-397-6700, Ext. 6276 or email hmiller@snows.org

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