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STM,Following the prompting of a previous article you have written on acknowledging and 'giving more work to' our guardian angels, I have a few questions. Firstly, is it proper to pray the 'Angel of God, my guardian dear' prayer then ask said angel to visit our Lord, our Lady, the Communion of saints/Holy Souls in Pergatory and ask them to gather encouragement to be then passed on to specific persons by name? Furthermore, if there are those in the local congregation who publically decry and denigrate Adoration, Corpus Christe processions, the importance of the Tabernacle (and who is inside it), genuflecting etc., is it permissible to send our guardian angel to remonstrate with them (if they have been stiff-necked in their attitude)? Even if we aren't completely certain of the individual's name but mention the incident and when/where it took place? I wish to 'barrage' this individual with visits from my guardian angel to set him right as he refused to acknowledge that the documents of VII did not call for what he revelled in (e.g. the 'church of 1969'). St. Paul was so right when he stated that our battle is not against flesh and blood, but powers and principalities. Blessings,Sarah,Australia.PS: I have also been instructing my guardian angel to visit several persons by name with messages from our Lord, our Lady and specific saints. Can I continue to do this for them? What an amazing yet untapped resource!
I pray every morning and evening to my guardian angel. 'Angel of God my guardian dear to whom God's love commits me here. Ever this day/night be at my side, to light, to love, to rule, to guide. Amen.'He helps me in my everyday life. He never fails me. He is a real gift from God.
Sarah, Angels are not bound by time like we are-they can do in a milli-second what it would take us days to do-no problem...keep up the good work.
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