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NOVENA to SAINT JUAN DIEGO

When this popular devotion is prayed in community, it is helpful to use the following format: Hymns for gathering together Announcement of the theme Bible reading Homily or reflection Intention …More
When this popular devotion is prayed in community, it is helpful to use the following format:
Hymns for gathering together
Announcement of the theme
Bible reading
Homily or reflection
Intention for the day
The rosary and Juan Diego Litany
Recitation of the following prayer after each mystery of the rosary: Oh, Lord Jesus, you were born according to the flesh in Bethlehem; you came to Tepeyac in Mary full of grace. Come, Lord, in your glory! Come quickly. Do not delay. December 1 Theme: God prepares the Americas for Juan Diego’s birth and the arrival of the Most Holy Virgin of Guadalupe. Bible: Hebrews 1:1-4 Intention: We pray for the grace to experience more profoundly the unconditional love that God offers us and that He himself manifests in the many varied cultures. December 2 Theme: Juan Diego is born in 1474 in Coatitlan (known today as Santa Clara Coatitla). He was named Cuauhliztatzin, or “white eagle, he who speaks like an eagle.” Bible: Luke 1:57-66, 76-79 Intention: …
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December 4
Theme: Juan Diego ( Cuauhliztatzin ) and Maria Lucia ( Malintzin ) are evangelized by the Franciscan Friar Motolinia, the poor one.
Bible: 1 Corinthians 2:1-12
Intention: We ask for Juan Diego’s intercession so that we can walk in faith, obedient to the living Lord Jesus Christ.
December 3
Theme: As a child, Juan Diego ( Cuauhliztatzin ) received a well-rounded education in the Tepochcalli (school) in his neighborhood, Texaxal . He learned to respect that which is sacred, help the priest, appreciate his ancestral culture and serve his people as a responsible youth.
Bible: Wisdom 7:21-30
Intention: We ask Jesus Christ, our Savior, for the grace to separate …
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December 3
Theme: As a child, Juan Diego ( Cuauhliztatzin ) received a well-rounded education in the Tepochcalli (school) in his neighborhood, Texaxal . He learned to respect that which is sacred, help the priest, appreciate his ancestral culture and serve his people as a responsible youth.
Bible: Wisdom 7:21-30
Intention: We ask Jesus Christ, our Savior, for the grace to separate ourselves from sin and embody His divine wisdom in all aspects of our life.
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advoluntas@aol.com December 2
Theme: Juan Diego is born in 1474 in Coatitlan (known today as Santa Clara Coatitla). He was named Cuauhliztatzin, or “white eagle, he who speaks like an eagle.”
Bible: Luke 1:57-66, 76-79
Intention: We ask God, through Juan Diego’s intercession, for the grace to recognize that all of the suffering of our life from birth to death …
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advoluntas@aol.com December 2
Theme: Juan Diego is born in 1474 in Coatitlan (known today as Santa Clara Coatitla). He was named Cuauhliztatzin, or “white eagle, he who speaks like an eagle.”
Bible: Luke 1:57-66, 76-79
Intention: We ask God, through Juan Diego’s intercession, for the grace to recognize that all of the suffering of our life from birth to death is a result of sin – original, social or personal. We promise to respect all life, especially that of the unborn and the defenseless.
San Juan Diego ora pro nobis
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December 1
Theme: God prepares the Americas for Juan Diego’s birth and the arrival of the Most Holy Virgin of Guadalupe.
Bible: Hebrews 1:1-4
Intention: We pray for the grace to experience more profoundly the unconditional love that God offers us and that He himself manifests in the many varied cultures.

Recitation of the following prayer after each mystery of the rosary:


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December 1
Theme: God prepares the Americas for Juan Diego’s birth and the arrival of the Most Holy Virgin of Guadalupe.
Bible: Hebrews 1:1-4
Intention: We pray for the grace to experience more profoundly the unconditional love that God offers us and that He himself manifests in the many varied cultures.

Recitation of the following prayer after each mystery of the rosary:


Oh, Lord Jesus, you were born according
to the flesh in Bethlehem; you came to
Tepeyac in Mary full of grace.
Come, Lord, in your glory!
Come quickly. Do not delay.