One of the things I did at the end of my testimony was to ask for the intercession of Our Lady of the Eucharist.
This year I have completed a Novena to Our Lady of the Eucharist twice, with each time bearing fruit, though there was much more fruit the first time.
A Novena is a prayer that is repeated each day for nine days. The word ‘Novena’ stems from the Latin word ‘novem’ which means ‘nine’. Interestingly, this Latin word is also where the word November developed from.
The introduction of the Caesars Julius and Augustus into the Roman calendar after the months named after six gods (January to June), meant that the months September, October, November and December, which were months 7, 8, 9 and 10 respectively, became months 9, 10, 11 and 12, but without changes to their names.
But I digress. Each time I have prayed this Novena, I have committed to helping to spread this devotion throughout the world. That is part of the reason why I mentioned it in my testimony. I also thought I would publish it here on this blog as another way of assisting that process, following the example of another blogger or two. You may find this Novena beneficial for you also.
Here it is. May Our Lady of the Eucharist intercede for us and for all who undertake this Novena.