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Novena of Grace

THE NOVENA OF GRACE

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Video recording will be available at St. Ignatius YouTube channel, and through www.novenaofgrace.com

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The Novena of Grace is grounded in our celebration of the Eucharist. Masses are held daily for nine consecutive days and feature a reflection by one of our guest presenters, live music, and prayers of petition and thanksgiving through the intercession of St. Francis Xavier. Though the Novena of Grace is a Catholic tradition in Jesuit communities, it is open to people of all faiths.  It affords time to reflect and to open one’s self to God’s Spirit and the healing grace that rejuvenates and transforms our lives. No sign up is necessary: the event is free and open to all.

DATES
March 4 – 12, 2021

PRESENTERS


Billy Biegler, SJ
Joseph and Grace Byrd
Jeanette Grimaldi
Kevin Jeans-Gail and Sue Brent
Beth Schaller
Dan Beseau
Jim Peck
Fernando Serna

THEME
Beauty and Brokenness: Blessed by a Novena of Grace

MASS TIMES
Weekdays: 12 pm
Saturday: 12pm
Sunday:10:30 am 

7pm recording available on our YouTube  channel

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Joseph Byrd

Music Director & Pastoral Administrator

jbyrd@sipdx.org

(503) 777-1491 ext. 238

The Novena of Grace is an annual celebration of Mass held daily for nine consecutive days featuring a reflection by a guest presenter, live music, and prayers of petition and thanksgiving through the intercession of St. Francis Xavier. Individual blessings are offered at the end of Mass, as well as the sacraments of reconciliation and the anointing of the sick at various points of the retreat.

 

While the Novena of Grace is a Catholic tradition in Jesuit communities, it is open to people of all faiths. It affords time to reflect and to open one’s self to God’s Spirit and the healing grace that rejuvenates and transforms our lives. No sign up is necessary: the event is free and open to all.

Learn more about the Novena of Grace by visiting the ministry blog.