Questions About Angels

Story of the Week, April 24, 2010, Are You the One?

Hi, friends. I am busy mailing books to those of you who want them for Mother’s Day. Check the website, http://joanwanderson.com to order, as we still have a few days left. And now the story: Fran H. has been subscribing to this newsletter since it began, because she is a big fan of angels and […]


Raphael’s Blessed Oil

I’d like to tell you about an amazing priest, Father Joe Whalen, presently assigned to St. James Church in Danielson, CT. His ministries are many and he is a champion of the sick, the elderly, families, drug addicts and alcoholics. Fr. Whalen has conducted many healing services worldwide and his St. Raphael Holy Healing Oil […]


Padre Pio’s Angels

The television series UNSOLVED MYSTERIES occasionally runs a story on Padre Pio, the beloved Italian Franciscan who, for 50 years, bore the wounds of Christ on his hands, feet and side, and who was canonized in Rome in 2001. The story tells of a miracle attributed to the intercession of Padre Pio; a little American […]


Where Are the Angels When Tragedy Strikes?

There are no easy answers to these questions. As we know, God’s ways are not our ways. But we can be sure that His angels are always near us, bringing us comfort and consolation, and sometimes teaching us some truths along the way… When Nell Berry gave birth to her third child over forty years […]


Have You Named Your Angel?

Like many of us, Kathy Borniger, a school nurse in Wichita, Kansas, wears an angel pin. It’s a symbol of something that she believes in, just like our American flag. “I have always found it comforting to know that God loves us so much that He would send angels to guide and protect us,” she […]


Cindy’s Angel Thoughts

Since we are starting a new year, I thought it might be helpful to do an overview on angels, their role and functions in our world. And lo! (I love that “angel language”) a reader sent what I consider to be an excellent commentary on the subject. I have edited it a bit, but her […]


Answers from Everywhere

Writes Albert Leo, “Einstein once said: “The Lord God is subtle, but never malicious.”  Probably most people have an unusual experience that could be just coincidence but also could be a gentle hint from a loving, personal God, a God that Einstein was too humble to believe in.  I had an experience that convinced me […]


An Angel’s Purpose

One of the most popular aspects of angel activity seems to be their protective nature. Asking them for assistance as we set out on our daily rounds can’t guarantee that we’ll stay safe, but many people think it helps. Kathy Million of Jonesborough, Tennessee, is one of them. In 1982, she was a young Navy […]


A Matter of Faith

It was late on Saturday night, and Nancy was planning to attend church the following morning. Too sleepy to set her alarm clock, she asked the angels to awaken her in time for church. (Angels can be our personal alarm clocks, if we ask.) “I am learning to trust, these days,” she says, “so I […]