National Night of Prayer for Life

9 pm Tuesday December 8th to 1 am Wednesday December 9th

 Uniting the Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception
with the Feast of St. Juan Diego

 

St. Ignatius of Loyola Parish will host the National Night of Prayer for Life (NNOPFL).  The purpose is to unite our prayers with Catholics throughout the country in an effort to help bring back the world to Christ and to bring about an end to abortion. The NNOPFL includes adoration of the Blessed Sacrament, the Holy Rosary, prayer to St. Michael, silent prayer and hymns. Confessions will be available throughout the night. The hours are chosen to coincide with Our Lady of Guadalupe’s appearance to Juan Diego.


Join us prior to the National Night of Prayer for Life

Mass ~ 7 pm

Celebrating the Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception

Holy Hour Confessions ~ 8 pm – 9pm

Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament, Confessions Begin
Chaplet of Divine Mercy


National Night of Prayer for Life

First Hour ~ 9pm – 10pm
Joyful Mysteries

Second Hour ~ 10pm – 11pm
Sorrowful Mysteries

Third Hour ~ 11pm – 12 Midnight
Luminous Mysteries

Fourth Hour ~ 12 Midnight – 1am
Glorious Mysteries
The Hour of Unity (America united in prayer in all time zones)
Benediction


During the HOUR OF UNITY, we will be united in churches across the country and the world in prayer to end abortion, and restore God’s blessings. Join us as we pray with the country on this National Night of Prayer for Life!

Questions? Contact Elaine Kroger at 661.6565 x2725 or ekroger@sainti.org

Social distancing guidelines, following the directives of both the Archdiocese and the governor regarding public safety, including wearing masks in church, will be expected.

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