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Pages: 92

Publisher: ACTA Publications

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The Catholic Companion to the Angels

by Mary Kathleen Glavich

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Have you encountered an angel today? There's a good chance you've seen one on shelf at a gift shop, on a pedestal in a garden or cemetery, or even in the form of a pin on someone's lapel. Mary Kathleen Glavich wonders if angels are amused by the way depict them as lovely young girls playing instruments and as sweet, chubby babies with wings. These popular images, while charming and comforting, do not always reflect the rich history and powerful presence of angels in biblical narratives, church tradition, and personal experience.
In The Catholic Companion to Angels, Mary Kathleen Glavich examines Old Testament, New Testament, and deuterocanonical references to angels; describes the attributes and activities of these heavenly beings in various cultures, traditions, and art; and shares experiences of the saints and ordinary people. The additions of websites, quotations, prayers and useful tips makes it a valuable resources for prayer, reflection and group discussion.
Whether you are skeptical, open to learning more, or confident in the presence of angels, The Catholic Companion to Angels will inform you, challenge you, and alert you to the possibility that in welcoming the stranger you may well be entertaining an angel.

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