Hurrying around the parish campus, trying to get ready for our patron feast, Saint Michael’s Day, I would have easily missed something wonderful!
Have you ever been called by the wrong name repeatedly?
Saint Michael and All angles can be an uncomfortable feast.
When angels appear to people in scripture the first thing they say is, “Do not be afraid!” And that’s what I need to hear today, on the Feast of Saint Michael and All Angels.
The New Testament names two angels: Gabriel and Michael. Michael has had greater historical devotion, thus today’s feast “Michaelmas” or “The Feast of St. Michael […]
Don’t be shy about talking with your own children about angels. They may know more than you do.
Angels appear in about half the books of the Bible and are mentioned over 300 times. They fulfill the function of gateway – or bridge – between heaven and earth.