By: Noelia R. Cambero
Location: brooklyn NY USA
One day I decided to go to chruch early in the morning to attend mass.After mass,I decided to go to the blessed Mother Mary and recite my rosary that I recite everyday.I was there with my son,and I told him to sit there as I would spent time with Mother Mary.I began to recite the rosary in front of my beautiful blessed Mother Mary.The chruch was empty,but as I pray I closed my eyes,and at the left hand side of my eyes I saw the most biggest Angel I had ever seen in my entire life.It was as tall as the ceiling and it's hair was like a cotton ball,it's boby and face was completely white,I knew that I was experiencing something but,I didn't know what it was.I also knew that if I opened my eyes it would leave.I didn't feel afraid,because I knew my blessed Mother was with me.As I finished my rosary and opened my eyes the Angel was gone.When I arrived at home I decided to call one of my many spiritual friends,and I explained the experience I saw,she explained that through the graces of God,I saw an Angel.I could never ever forget that moment in my life,it will saty with me forever.
Some may never see with earthly eyes these heavenly beings or know that they exist. Many are unaware of the numerous ways they have protected and guided us. We would like to share with you the stories of people who take pleasure in expressing how real angels are.
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