Catholic Novena to Fourteen Holy Helpers Lite
iOS Universal Utilities
Providing you with the novena and the legends of the Fourteen Holy Helpers compiled by Rev. Bonaventure Hammer, OFM, which consists of:
St. Agathius (Acacius): Against headache
St. Catherine of Alexandria: Against sudden death
St. Cyriacus: Against temptation on the death-bed
St. Denis (Dionysius): Against headache
St. Erasmus (Elmo): Against intestinal ailments
St. George (Georgius): For the health of domestic animals
St. Giles (Aegidius): Against plague, for a good confession, and for cripples, beggars and blacksmiths
St. Vitus: Against epilepsy, lightning and for protection of domestic animals
St. Barbara: Against fever and sudden death
St. Margaret of Antioch: During childbirth, and escape from devils
St. Eustace (Eustachius, Eustathius): Against family discord
St. Christopher (Christophorus): Against bubonic plague and dangers while traveling
St. Pantaleon (Panteleimon): For physicians, and against cancer & tuberculosis
St. Blaise (Blase, Blasius): Against illness of the throat and for protection of domestic animals
To help you in praying the novena for 9 days, there is a daily reminder notification feature for each novena. (Important: please enable notifications for this app from Settings for this feature to work)
In this lite version, you will get the full 9 days of Novena to All the Holy Helpers and also the novena to the following Holy Helpers:
St. Agathius (Acacius)
St. Catherine of Alexandria
St. Denis (Dionysius)
St. Erasmus (Elmo)
St. George (Georgius)
St. Giles (Aegidius)
For the intentions, in this lite version, there are three invocations, prayer for the sick, and prayer of children for their parents.
In the full version, you will get the novena to:
St. Margaret of Antioch
St. Eustace (Eustachius, Eustathius)
St. Christopher (Christophorus)
St. Pantaleon (Panteleimon)
St. Blaise (Blase, Blasius)
And the following prayers:
The prayer in illness
Prayer of parents for their children
Prayer for married people.
Please pray for holy souls in Purgatory and also for me as I continue to develop Catholic apps.
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