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St. Michael: Guardian and Healer
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MRS. MARIETTA BALERITE-ACOL
The function of a guardian is not only one attributed to St. Michael, the Archangel, but in very special way he has also the function of a healer. In the Foreword in a certain booklet on St. Michael, it tells of a woman who requested the translator of this booklet to help her pray for her sister-in-law who was dying from Septicaemia in Milan, mother of two little children. That evening before going to sleep, this author knelt down and prayed to the Heavenly Father through the Heart of Jesus and with the intercession of Saint Michael to cure the lady who was dying. That same night, the woman who asked her to pray dreamt of an angel flying in the sky. “On the ground near her, she saw a little pond filled with dirty boiling water. The angel descended and with this sword tamed the boiling water bubbles. This he did three times because each time he took to flying again, the water would start boiling. After the third time, the water became limpid and there appeared on it Our Lady,” when the angel was flying away, the lady woke up and called her husband excitedly telling him that Saint Michael appeared. But then she heard the voice of the angel, saying” “I am not St. Michael. I am one of the Angels you don’t know. I am Hosea Combreano, Hosea Combreano, Hosea Combreano.” Hosea in Spanish means Joseph.
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