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The Exaltation of Saint Michael

St. Michael was indignant at the outrage offered to the sovereign Lord by Lucifer and the rebellious angels. And true to his very name, Michael exclaimed: Who is like unto God? How dare anyone …More
St. Michael was indignant at the outrage offered to the sovereign Lord by Lucifer and the rebellious angels. And true to his very name, Michael exclaimed: Who is like unto God? How dare anyone question…much less revolt…against the perfect plan of God. Who could possibly refuse to obey commands of Divinity? Michael’s faithfulness, good example, and humility strengthened the good angels. With him they stood, repeating the cry, Who is like unto God! And they fought against Lucifer, the inerrant Scriptures tell us, and the good angels were victorious. They passed the test. The good Lord, therefore, unveiled before their eyes His very Face in the beatific vision. St. Michael and the other good angels were confirmed in grace and came to know and to possess their Creator. The Word made Flesh became their very Food and Source of grace and glory. And because of his loyalty and humility, St. Michael was established over all the princes of heaven, becoming the leader of God's people and the defender of Holy Church, which he has fought for and will continue to fight for until the end of time. Michael has been elevated…exalted above all other angels…sitting on a throne near to the very thrones of Christ the King, Mary the Queen, Good St. Joseph, and the greatest of Prophets, St. John the Baptist. Numberless altars and churches are consecrated in honor of St. Michael. His very name would find its place, multiple times, in our sacred liturgy, and that special devotional prayer to him has been recited nearly as often as the Our Father, the Hail Mary, and the Glory Be. For more please visit reginaprophetarum.org & remember to say 3 Hail Marys for the priest
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