Unfailing miracle prayer seeking the intercession of Our Lady of Good Health, along with the merits of the Precious Blood of Jesus Christ. Pray along and experience, healing and deliverance. Pass on - to anyone in pain and distress.
Background music : Ave Maria sung by Saint Pope John Paul II
The complete prayer can be found here:
O Most Holy Virgin! You were chosen by the Most Adorable Trinity from all eternity to be the most pure Mother of Jesus.
O tender Mother of the afflicted! grant me under my present necessities a special protection. Relying on the infinite mercies of Your Divine Son, and penetrated with confidence in your powerful prayers, I most humbly entreat you to intercede for me. I beg you to obtain for me the favors which I petition for in this Novena, to grant them if it be the Holy Will of God; and if not, ask for me whatever graces I stand most in need of
- ESPECIALLY I RAISE TO YOU O DEAR MOTHER MY INTENSE NEED FOR A COMPLETE HEALING OF BODY, MIND AND SPIRIT. EVERY INFLAMMATION, INFECTION, INVASIVE GROWTH, PAIN AND AILMENT ASSOCIATED WITH MY BODY I OFFER TO YOU, O MOTHER OF GOOD HEALTH. IN A VERY PARTICULAR WAY I OFFER TO YOU MOTHER MARY, MY FAMILY TREE AND THE PAST 9 GENERATIONS. I OFFER TO YOUR MOST IMMACULATE HEART ALL CURSES, SINS AND SICKNESS PASSED ON TO ME FROM MY PAST GENERATION. AND I ALSO OFFER TO YOU EVERY FAMILY AND COMMUNITY MEMBER OF THE PRESENT GENERATION AND ALL THE GENERATIONS TO COME.
O Mother of God, Our Lady of Good Health, accept my salutations in union with the respect and veneration with which the Angel Gabriel first hailed you “full of grace”.
(Recite the following Hail Mary – 9 times)
Hail Mary, full of grace, the Lord is with you, blessed are you among women and blessed is the fruit of your womb, Jesus.
Holy Mary, Mother of God, pray for us sinners now and at the hour of our death – Amen.
I beseech you, O Comforter of the Afflicted to obtain for me the favors and graces which I have now implored through your powerful intercession. For this end I offer you my good works I do and sufferings I endure. I most humbly entreat you for the love of the Amiable Heart of Jesus, with which yours was ever so inflamed to hear my humble prayers and obtain my requests. Amen.
O Mary ! Our Mother of Health, and our Heavenly Queen, seated on your throne of mercy and compassion in your Holy Shrine at Velankanni, we praise and honour you to be our refuge and our relief.
Numberless are the sick who have recovered health through your intercession. Relying on your power and goodness, we come to you and implore you to heal our infirmities and to obtain for us perfect health of body and soul, that we may better be able to serve you and your divine Son.
At all times, you have been the help and consolation of the infirm. You obtain for them health when it is conducive to their salvation. You assist them at the time of their death. Help us then, O most amiable Mother and obtain for us cure from all our sufferings, or patience to endure them in the spirit of resignation agreeable to God’s Holy Will, so that all our trials and sufferings may help to purify our souls and help us to detach ourselves from all earthly ties. Amen
Remember, O Lady of the Precious Blood, the sorrowful Sheddings of the Blood of your Son Jesus and the most bitter tears you mingled with His Redeeming Blood. In the name of the Blood of the Victim of Reparation and of your holy tears; in the name of the seven swords which pierced your heart, by which you became the Mediatrix of all graces for the human race and the Queen of Martyrs; By the power of your Virginal blood, Virginal Milk and Immaculate Flesh that became part of Jesus body during divine gestation; have pity on my soul and on all its miseries; have pity on sinners and on the innocent souls they seek to pervert. In a special way O Mother of Good Health - have pity on the poor, the sick, the infirm, on all their sufferings, both physical and moral. Have pity on the agonizing, especially upon those who, except for thine intercession, would leave this world without being purified in the Blood of the Lamb.
It is by the Blood of thy Dying Son, by His inexpressible Sufferings, by His last plea to His Father in favor of mankind, by His ignominious death and by the perpetuation of His Sacrifice on Catholic Altars, that I beg thee not to reject my supplications, but graciously to hear them. Amen.
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