Saturday, March 4, 2017

St. Joseph Novena {Color-a-Novena}

Novenas are powerful- well, they are powerful if you are seeking God's will and are prepared for his answer.  You can read this post about the most obvious answer to a novena I have received, when I started praying this novena to St. Joseph the Worker, which resulted in my current job at St. Joseph School.  It was kind of crazy amazing at the time, and looking back, I can see God's hand in it even more clearly.

If you (and your students/children) would like to join in praying the St. Joseph novena leading up to his March 19th Solemnity, you could use this color-a-novena printable.  There's one lily to color in for each day you pray.  If you would like to finish the nine days on his actual feast, you should start on March 11th.  Or you can begin this novena any time and for any length to increase your devotion to St. Joseph and ask his powerful intercession.  (I also recommend signing up for Pray More Novenas, which sends current novenas straight to your inbox!)

You can find the St. Terese Color-a-Novena here.
You can find the Fulton Sheen Color-a-Novena here.

If you are looking ahead to celebrating the Solemnity of St. Joseph, I will have a new set of activities posted next Wednesday that to share with you.  They need some finishing touches, so check back next week, or make sure you subscribe (enter your email over to the right ---->) so you don't miss out!

Here are a few other posts about celebrating St. Joseph: