The Choirs of Angels and Guardian Angels – Free Catholic Audiobook

Most have heard of Angels, but very few people have correct understanding of these servants of God and friends of mankind.  Father O’Kennedy uses sacred scripture to provide a very complete catechism on both the different types of angels and our guardian angels in particular.  By listening to this audiobook you will learn: What the different divisions and hierarchies of angels are, what they orders of angels represent, who has guardian angels, how they help us, what Angels look like and more.

Instructions from various Saints such as St. Bernard and St. Bonaventure are used both to explain angles and how we should interact with them.

“And I lifted up my eyes, and I saw: and behold a man clothed in linen, and his loins were girded with the finest gold: And his body was like the chrysolite, and his face as the appearance of lightning, and his eyes as a burning lamp: and his arms, and all downward even to the feet, like in appearance to glittering brass: and the voice of his word like the voice of a multitude.  And I Daniel alone saw the vision: for the men that were with me saw it not: but an exceeding great terror fell upon them, and they fled away, and hid themselves.”  The Book of Daniel, Chapter 10 versus 5-7

 

Text source:

All of these readings are excerpts from The Holy Angels by Father R O’Kennedy , published in 1887 is in the public domain.    The picture of  the Angel on the Disc is from this picture with an attribution license.

 

To download this free audio book from Alleluia Audiobooks, click on the links below:

 

AMDG

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