St. Peregrine Novena for Lisa Tobin

St. Peregrine Novena for Lisa Tobin October 30, 2015

Lisa Tobin writes:

Most of you know that, for about a year now, my oncologists have tried one treatment after another and not one of them has worked to stop my cancer’s growth. Next Friday, I’ll have scans to determine whether the current treatment, which was just approved last February and which I started in August, is working or not. A friend offered to begin praying a novena to St. Peregrine in these days leading up to that scan and, after another friend heard about it and decided to pray the novena, too, I thought some of you also might be willing to join them (and my family) in praying this novena.

If so, the novena can be found online at and a PDF is attached if you would prefer to print it.

I was mixed up about the novena’s starting date… it should’ve been yesterday in order to have the ninth day be next Thursday.

Thank you all for your prayers and support!

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  • Lisa

    I was surprised to see this today, since my intention was simply to ask if you and Jan might say a prayer for me. However, I am grateful for the prayers of all your readers, too, so I appreciate your extra effort. Thank you.

  • Clare Krishan

    Praying in PA.