Novena Prayer For The Dead 9 Days
This time of nine days of prayer for your loved one is known as the novena, which means nine. Each day, focus on the life of your loved one and try to find ways to learn from the example that their life set for you.
This time of nine days of prayer for your loved one is known as the novena, which means nine.
Novena is a prayer that you do for nine days.
The novena is a prayer that you do for the dead. It’s also a way to pray for the souls in purgatory, who need help getting to heaven.
Each day, focus on the life of your loved one and try to find ways to learn from the example that their life set for you.
- Each day, focus on the life of your loved one and try to find ways to learn from the example that their life set for you.
- If possible, spend some time in reflection, reflecting upon what you remember about them and how they lived their life.
- Remember that no matter how difficult it was for you to lose them, they are now in Heaven with God.
First Day In Memory of My/Our Loved One
The First Day
In Memory of My/Our Loved One
Remembering their life and how they are important to you. What did they mean to you? How have they inspired you?
Second Day In Memory of My/Our Loved One
Pray for the soul of your loved one. Pray for the family of your loved one. Pray for their friends, their community, and their world at large.
Third Day In Memory of My/Our Loved One
On the third day of your novena, pray for the souls of your loved one and their family. Ask God to comfort them during their time of grief and help them accept their loss. Pray for them to be able to move on with their lives in peace, knowing that their loved one is safe in God’s hands.
Pray also for all those who have been touched by this person’s life but are not necessarily related by blood or by other strong bonds: friends, colleagues, pets and animals (if you had a pet together), neighbors and members of your community (if you lived together).
Then pray for those who were involved with them at church – priests or elders at the church where they attended services; teachers; altar servers; any other parishioners who knew them well enough to recognize their face if they passed each other on Sunday mornings outside before Mass started…
If you live in a country where there has been political unrest lately (this is particularly true if you live in America), then pray also for peace throughout our world today!
Fourth Day In Memory of My/Our Loved One
You can pray for your own loved one’s soul, but you can also pray for the rest of your family and friends who are grieving as well.
You may want to offer some prayers for those responsible for the death too. For example, if your loved one died in a car accident caused by someone else, then you might want to pray specifically for that person (that they find peace) and their family as well.
Fifth Day In Memory of My/Our Loved One
“5th Day In Memory of My/Our Loved One
On this fifth day of the novena, you can pray for your loved one and ask for forgiveness. It is a good time to ask God to forgive him/her for his/her sins and to lift from him/her all temporal punishment due to sin.
You can also pray that he be given the grace of true contrition so that his sins may be washed away by an abundance of tears; or simply that God would pardon whatever his sins were!
If you prefer, give thanks to God who has received into His kingdom the soul which was waiting at the gates of Heaven.”
Sixth Day In Memory of My/Our Loved One
You can ask for the strength to face your grief, or you can ask God to help you deal with your loss. You may also want to ask God for the grace to accept that this person has died, and that they are now with Him in heaven. You may also want to ask God for forgiveness if you feel like it’s been hard for you to forgive yourself or others. Finally, if it makes sense based on how long ago this person died and/or if they were very young when they passed away, then consider asking God that He give you courage so that moving forward doesn’t seem impossible anymore.
Asking God for guidance when dealing with grief is often helpful because He will show us what we need (if anything). If we’re feeling lost without our loved ones here on earth but especially after death has occurred, then asking God for guidance might be all the help we need during such difficult times in order not only cope but also heal from all wounds caused by losing someone who meant much more than just another friend or colleague.
Seventh Day In Memory of My/Our Loved One
“Thank you, God, for the gift of my/our loved one’s life. Thank you for the gift of this day in which we remember him or her. Thank you for bringing us together and allowing us to share his/her life with him/her as well as with each other. We ask that your blessings continue upon our lives and onto those who are left behind by him/her. We pray that they will all find peace in their hearts and move on from this difficult time while remembering fondly those who have passed away before them.”
“Thank you, God, for giving me this chance to be part of something so beautiful–the love between two people who chose each other above all else.”
Eighth Day In Memory of My/Our Loved One
- Be grateful for their life.
- Be grateful for the lessons they taught you.
- Be grateful for the legacy they left behind.
- Be grateful for the memories they left behind.
- Be grateful for the love they gave you.
Ninth-and-Final Day In Memory of My/Our Loved One
On the ninth day, you can remember your loved one by doing this novena for nine days. Remember, you did such a great job of saying these prayers daily and so often during this time! You have shown great faithfulness and perseverance in trying to help someone who has passed away.
You have just finished all nine days of praying for your loved one who has died or passed on. You have spent a lot of time each day saying the prayers above and others that were suggested throughout this article as well as other resources available online or from your church or temple priests/pastors/ministers etc..
You may feel sad because it feels like their death happened yesterday but also happy because you know someday they will meet up again with all those who love them here on earth before going back home where there are no more tears because everyone is happy there forevermore!
You can remember their life by doing this novena for 9 days
Another way to remember them is by finding ways to honour their memory. This can be done in a number of ways, such as by keeping the person’s photo on your desk or dressing table, placing flowers at their grave site, attending regular services at the church where they were married, or hanging a picture of them in your home.
You can also try making something that reminds you of your loved one; for example, maybe it’s a bracelet that you made together when you were younger. You could do this with all sorts of things: pictures and letters are good options too!
Remember that this is a time of reflection for you and your family, so take the opportunity to get close to each other and be thankful for all the good things in life.