Holy Spirit, third Person of the Blessed Trinity,
Spirit of truth, love, and holiness,
proceeding from the Father and the Son,
and equal to Them in all things,
I adore You with all my heart.
Holy Spirit, confiding in Your deep,
personal love for me,
I am making this novena for the following request,
if it should be Your holy Will to grant it:
(State Your request here…)
Teach me, Divine Spirit,
to know and seek my last end;
grant me the holy fear of God;
grant me true contrition and patience.
Do not let me fall into sin.
Give me an increase of faith, hope, and charity,
and bring forth in my soul
all the virtues proper to my state of life.
Make me a faithful disciple of Jesus
and an obedient child of the Church.
Give me efficacious grace
sufficient to keep the Commandments
and to receive the Sacraments worthily.
Give me the four Cardinal Virtues,
Your Seven Gifts,
Your Twelve Fruits.
Raise me to perfection in the state of life
to which you have called me
and lead me through a happy death to everlasting life.
I ask this through Christ our Lord.
Holy Spirit, Divine Spirit of light and love,
I consecrate to you my understanding,
heart, and will, my whole being,
for time and for eternity.
May my understanding be always submissive
to Your heavenly inspirations
and to the teaching of the Catholic Church,
of which You are the infallible Guide.
May my heart be ever inflamed with the love of God
and of my neighbour.
May my will be ever conformed to the Divine Will.
May my whole life be faithful
to the imitation of the life and virtues of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ,
to Whom with the Father and You
be honour and glory forever.
God, Holy Spirit, Infinite Love of the Father and the Son,
through the pure hands of Mary,
Your Immaculate Spouse,
I place myself this day,
and all the days of my life,
upon Your chosen altar,
the Divine Heart of Jesus,
as a sacrifice to You, consuming fire,
being firmly resolved now more than ever
to hear Your voice
and to do in all things Your most holy and adorable Will.
For the Seven Gifts of the Holy Spirit
Blessed Spirit of Wisdom,
help me to seek God.
Make Him the centre of my life and order my life to Him,
so that love and harmony may reign in my soul.
Blessed Spirit of Understanding,
enlighten my mind,
that I may know and love the truths of faith
and make them truly my own.
Blessed Spirit of Counsel,
enlighten and guide me in all my ways,
that I may always know and do Your holy Will.
Make me prudent and courageous.
Blessed Spirit of Fortitude,
uphold my soul in every time of trouble or adversity.
Make me loyal and confident.
Blessed Spirit of Knowledge,
help me to know good from evil.
Teach me to do what is right in the sight of God.
Give me clear vision and firmness in decision.
Blessed Spirit of Piety,
possess my heart,
incline it to a true faith in You,
to a holy love of You, my God,
that with my whole soul I may seek You,
Who are my Father, and find You,
my best, my truest joy.
Blessed Spirit of Holy Fear,
penetrate my inmost heart
that I may ever be mindful of Your presence.
Make me fly from sin,
and give me intense reverence for God
and for my fellow men who are made in God’s image.
Grant, we beg of You, Almighty God,
that we may so please Your Holy Spirit by our earnest prayers,
that we may, by His grace,
be freed from all temptations and merit
to receive the forgiveness of our sins.
Through Christ our Lord.
Say 1 Our Father…
Say 1 Hail Mary… and
Say 1 Glory Be…
Come Holy Spirit, fill the hearts of Thy faithful,
enkindle in them the fire of Thy Love.
Send forth Thy Spirit and they shall be created,
and Thou shalt renew the face of the earth.
Let us pray.
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O God, You have taught the hearts of Your faithful people
by sending them the light of Your Holy Spirit.
Grant us by the same Spirit to have a right judgment in all things
and evermore to rejoice in His holy comfort.
Through Christ our Lord.
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