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8/4/11 10:09 P

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Those would have been the sites I would have suggested. They are good ones!

What did you wish to know about the 54-Day Rosary Novena?
Novena is a Latin word for 9. A novena is a set of prayers done usually for nine days. The original 54-Day Rosary Novena was the traditional 3 mysteries of the rosary said for nine days each (9 days of each mystery x 3 different mysteries) for a total of 27 days in petition for intentions. Then, another 27 days in thanksgiving.

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Thanks for all the advice! I think I should be able to get it now! Love this group!

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8/4/11 2:54 P

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Here are a couple of sites:

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8/4/11 2:49 P

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St. Michael the Archangel is my Patron Saint for this year. Any additional information you could give me would be great!
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Are there any saints in particular you want to look up. I am going to church tomorrow for First Friday, and they have a gift shop that has a prayer card for many many saints. Each card has a short biography of them, their feast day, a short prayer for them, and what they are a patron saint of. I can look for you. .

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www.catholic.org/saints/

I use this site alot enjoy

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There is a book entitled "Pocket Dictionary of Saints" by John J. Delaney, published by Doubleday is also a good resource.

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The Catholic website has a list of all the Saints and it is easy to follow.

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I would like to know if anyone has a good reference tool for the patron saints? I need to pray to them sometimes, but I don't know the difference. I know that St. Jude is the patron saint of lost causes, so I usually go to him. I'd like to know the others, or have a place to look it up. Anyone? Also, I've seen a lot of topics regarding the 54 day novena (or something)... can someone explain this to me? Thanks!

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