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Angels

Take this quiz from the pope to test your relationship with your guardian angel

The idea that we have a guardian angel isn't just a pretty fairy tale. It's actually true!

How each country has a Guardian Angel who will protect it from danger

It is piously believed that God has appointed each country a Guardian Angel who can assist it in its time of need.

When attacked by demons, St. Faustina prayed to her Guardian Angel

Satanic forces did not like that she was leading others to embrace the mercy of God.

The spiritual meaning of St. Michael’s name reminds us how we should live our lives

The name "Michael" is packed with meaning that helps us look at our lives differently.

How fast can angels move?

Are they faster than a speeding bullet?

Should you name your Guardian Angel?

The Catholic Church has been very clear on where your Guardian Angel receives its name.

Do we know how many angels exist?

The Bible gives us some clues as to the number of angels that God created.

When were angels created by God?

These spiritual messengers appear throughout the Bible, but their origin is very mysterious.

Does my Guardian Angel finish praying the Rosary if I fall asleep?

Angels exist to give praise and honor to God, and the Rosary is a prayer that they would love to pray.

St. Michael’s Lent: A period of fasting observed by St. Francis of Asissi

It was in the midst of this "Lent" that Francis received the wounds of Jesus on his body.

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