Saturday, November 21, 2015


I got a little ahead of myself a couple of days ago on what day it was in the Christ the King Novena. TODAY is actually Day 9, the last day. My apologies to you and to Christ the King!

Peace be with you!
We're almost finished! We have one more prayer to say tomorrow as we celebrate the Feast of Christ the King!

Today, let's pray that God may reign in every area of our lives, especially the areas that we find hardest to let go of control.

And with the novena coming to a close, if you have experienced any answered prayers you would like to share, you can do that here:

Here are today's prayers: 
Day 9 - The Christ the King Novena

Christ, our Savior and our King, renew in me allegiance to Your Kingship.

I pray for the grace to place You above the powers of this world in all things.
I pray for the grace to obey You before any civic authority.
I pray for the grace to fervently bring about Your Kingdom in my family and community.
I pray that You will reign in my mind.
I pray that You will reign in my heart.
I pray that You will reign in my will.
I pray that You will reign in my body.
I pray that You will reign throughout all the world.
I pray that You will reign in every area of my life.
O Prince of Peace, may Your reign be complete in my life and in the life of the world. Christ, my King, please answer these petitions if they be in accordance with Your Holy Will…
[Mention your intentions here]
As I reflect on Your second, glorious coming and the judgement of all mankind, I beg You to show me mercy and give me the grace to become a great saint. I pray that not only will I spend eternity with You but that You may use me – a sinner – to bring others into Your Kingdom for Your glory.
Christ the King, Your Kingdom come!
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