54-day Novena for Our Nation Rosary



The Novena for Our Nation Will Follow the Traditional 54-day Novena Rotation

(to make it easier for users to use the prayer all through the year)

This is the second time the Step-by-Step Rosary community particpates in the 54-day Novena for Our Nation calling from Father Richard Heilman and his US Grace Force with its 77,000 Special Forces Prayer Warriors to pray the Novena for Our Nation.

The difference between the Novena Rosary and the traditional Rosary are the concluding prayer and prayer petitions.

We follow our Step-by-Step community's concept of adding a daily Rosary to the each day of the Novena which is broken into prayer, reflection, and reparation.

The texts were written by:

  • Father James Altman,
  • Father Richard Heilman,
  • Father William Peckman.

These three Catholic priests were aiming, in 2020, the charge to drive America's demons into the pit of Hell.

Cardinal Burke has joined in calling us all to get in the fight …

""There is no question that we are living in the most troubled times. Fundamental truths about human life about marriage and the family and about the conscience are being called into question by threatening the lives of individuals and of our society. But we are full of courage because we know that our Lord is with us. He's called us to be His soldiers on the ground, working with Him for the salvation of the world."

Our worldwide prayer community,

do now have a chance to pray for your own country too! 

Let us join forces and pray for our own country,

for its people,

for people who are suffering

and for the Souls who have died during the pandemic.

For the Souls in Purgatory.

Make sure you spread the Rosary prayers

among your friends and family to pray for your country.

Our Step-by-Step community present a package where we include a Rosary into material that has been produced by ather Heilman and his US Grace Force. and we highly recommend everyone to join it.

 Novena for Our Nation

The Joyful Mysteries are traditionally prayed on Mondays and Thursdays

(and normally prayed on Sundays during Advent; and from Epiphany to Lent)

The Sorrowful Mysteries are traditionally prayed Tuesday and Friday

(and normally prayed daily from Lent to Easter Saturday)

The Glorious Mysteries are traditionally prayed Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday

(and normally prayed daily from Easter Sunday to Pentecost with an exception: Sundays of Christmas season)

“When people say the Rosary together,

it is far more formidable to the devil, than one said privately.

Because in this public prayer, it is an army that is attacking him.

He can often overcome the prayer of an individual,

but if this prayer is joined to other Christians,

the devil has much more trouble in getting the best of it.” 

St Louis de Montfort.

  • To pray a Rosary for the intention of exorcism of the day’s area of reflection
  • To pray a Divine Mercy Chaplet in reparation for the sin caused by the area of the day’s reflection
  • To commit one act of either a spiritual or corporal works of mercy for either one who has been harmed by our sin or who has harmed us by their sin.
  • To commit to fasting or abstinence days as prescribed below.
  • To commit to a prescribed time of exercise based on one’s abilities
  • To commit to going to Confession once a week (where available)
  • To refrain from all use of the conventional media throughout the 40 days and to limit one’s use of social media to one hour a day for non-business or evangelical use.

Instead of or a complement to Fasting, it may be very good to commence an Abstinence from sweets, soda, junk food and fast food. 

This is good for you regardless!


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