How to pray the St. Andrew Christmas Novena

Christmas Novena St Andrew

How to pray the St Andrew Christmas Novena

Beginning on St. Andrew's feast day, November 30, the following prayer is recited 15 times a day until Christmas Eve. This prayer helps us focus and meditate on the true meaning of Christmas, and prepares our hearts for His coming.

St Andrew Novena:
Hail and blessed be the hour and moment
in which the Son of God was born
of the most pure Virgin Mary,
at midnight, in Bethlehem,
in the piercing cold.
In that hour vouchsafe, O my God,
to hear my prayers and grant my desires,
(mention your intentions).
Through the merits of Our Saviour Jesus Christ,
And of His blessed Mother.

St Andrew Christmas chaplets can be purchased here, to keep track of your daily novena prayers. If you  want to pray the 15 prayers over the course of a day, rather than all at once, make sure you buy a rosary marker to help keep your place.

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  • VF on

    The St. Andrew prayer I was given did not to make my request at any particular point in the prayer, so I made it at the end. Is that ok going forward or should I make the request during the prayer itself? Also, are we to make the same request each day or are we to request various things…thank you

  • Petra on

    I said this prayer for many years, asking the Blessed Mother for a special blessing from Heaven. After a few years, I received this special blessing. Doctors said I wouldn’t have children. I put my faith in this prayer, and I dreamed of Mother Mary, and she said she heard my prayer, and that I would have my child. I remember the date and I conceived the same month of that dream. I received the good news on May 13th years later. My daughter made her Holy Communion on May 13th years later. I continue to say this prayer even today, as I turn 65. I will always believe in the power of Prayers to Our Blessed Mother.

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