Novena Prayer To St Lucy Protector Of The Eyes

St. Lucy is a beloved saint, revered for her strong faith and devotion to God. One of the things that makes her so special is her willingness to suffer for what she believed in. She refused to renounce her faith, even when faced with persecution and death, and her bravery and determination have inspired countless people throughout the ages.

Another reason we love St. Lucy is because of her powerful intercession. She is the patron saint of the eyes, and many people turn to her for help and guidance when they are facing eye problems or other challenges. Her gentle and compassionate nature make her an ideal source of comfort and support, and she is always ready to lend a helping hand to those in need. Whether we are dealing with physical or spiritual issues, St. Lucy is there to guide us and offer her prayers and support.

Here’re some of the most beautiful novena prayers to St. Lucy.

3x Prayer To St Lucy Protector Of The Eyes

3x Prayer To St Lucy Protector Of The Eyes

For Eye Problems

Dear St. Lucy,

I turn to you today with a humble heart, asking for your intercession and guidance. You are known as the protector of the eyes, and I seek your help in preserving the health and clarity of my vision.

Please watch over me and all those who struggle with eye-related issues, and bring us the healing and strength we need to face our challenges. Help us to see the light of God’s love and the beauty of his creation, and to use our sight to serve and glorify Him.

Grant me the grace to trust in your powerful intercession and to have faith that all things are possible through Christ, who strengthens me. I pray that through your intercession, I may be blessed with good health and the ability to see all the blessings that surround me.

St. Lucy, patron saint of the blind and those with eye problems, pray for us. Amen

To Restore Vision

Dear St. Lucy, patroness of the eyes and all who suffer from eye problems,
we turn to you in our time of need.
We pray for all those who are struggling with vision issues,
whether it be a temporary inconvenience or a chronic condition.
We ask for your intercession to bring them the healing and relief they need.

Please guide the hands of the medical professionals who are treating them,
and give them the wisdom and knowledge to help restore their vision.
We also pray for those who have lost their sight,
that they may find comfort and strength in your loving presence.

We ask that you also protect our own eyes and vision,
and keep them healthy and strong.
May we always use them to see the beauty of your creation
and to serve others with love and compassion.

St. Lucy, we place our trust in you and pray for your continued intercession
in all our needs, especially for the gift of healthy eyesight.
We pray this novena in your honor. Amen.

Guidance Seeking

Dear St. Lucy, patron saint of the eyes,

I come to you today seeking your intercession and guidance. I ask that you pray for me and all those who are suffering from eye problems, that we may be blessed with good health and the ability to see clearly.

Please help me to trust in God’s plan for my life, even when I am faced with challenges and difficulties. Give me the strength and courage to face each day with hope and joy, knowing that you are always by my side.

May your light and love shine upon me and all those who are in need, and may we find comfort and peace in the knowledge that we are never alone.

St. Lucy, pray for us. Amen.

Looking for more prayers like these? Check out the Padre Pio prayers for healing here.

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