noun, plural no·ve·nae [noh-vee-nee, nuh-], /noʊˈvi ni, nə-/, no·ve·nas.Roman Catholic Church.
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Example sentences from the Web for novena
Since then nothing in the Novena that is memorable is registered.
This is what is said in the frontispiece of his novena, Manila 1918.
These devotions were called a Novena, which was a nine days' prayer-meeting.
As her husband was willing that she should pray the novena, Clara began the next day her fervent devotions to the Virgin Mary.Filipino Popular Tales|Dean S. Fansler
On the last day of the novena, she made a fervent communion.The Miraculous Medal|Jean Marie Aladel