A small statue of St. Michael shows the protector of Heaven victoriously defeating satan. We ask for his intersession when we need help and protection. He is the patron saint of police officers and the for all of us he is the comforter in our personal battles. Call on him for his help and intercession! Makes for a great confirmation or baptism gift.
St. Micheal is the patron saint of Police Officers.
This is statue is sold along with a St. Michael prayer card.
The gift box contains a prayer to St. Michael on the front and the story of St. Michael on the back.
St. Michael Prayer
Prayer to St. Michael
Saint Michael, the
us in our battle; be
snares of the devil.
may God rebuke
him we humbly
pray; and do thou,
O Prince of the
heavenly host, by
the power of God,
cast into Hell Satan
and all the evil
spirits, who wander
through the world
seeking the ruin of
Story of St. Michael
St. Michael the Archangel
Patron Saint of Police Officers
Before the creation of man, a great battle took place in Heaven. According to the Book of Revelation, the beautiful angels of holiness and wisdom, and the reflection of God's light, were tested in their love for God.
A rebellious force, led by the angel Lucifer, rose up and declared their equality to God. Immediately, a great angel came forth to challenge Lucifer and his army, announcing, "Mi-cha-el" - meaning 'who is like God?'. Michael and the other loyal angels, battled with the rebellious angels, and cast them into the depths of Hell, because of their arrogance and pride.
It is believed that Michael will also do battle with, and destry the Antichrist, as he did with Lucifer at the end of time. Because of his powerful protection, Michael has been give the title of Archangel, and is in charge of all the Heavenly armies.
Michael has long been a special protector for the people of God, as well as defender of Heaven. he is mentioned several times in both the Old and New Testaments. It was he who led the Israelites out of Egypt, and continues to defend the church and God's people from attacks by the devil. He is often invoked during times of illness and especially at the hour of death.
Feast Day: September 29
Exclusively by Roman
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