Saint Michael the Archangel
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Michael the Archangel Performs a Miracle!
Novena to Saint Michael the Archangel
Chaplet of Saint Michael the Archangel
Exorcism for Use by the Laity
History of the Feast
The Dedication of
Saint Michael the Archangel
The first Feast Day of Saint Michael the Archangel is May 8. It's official title is The Apparition of Saint Michael the Archangel. Its rank is that of a Greater-Double with White Vestments.
The Feast of May 8 commemorates an apparition of Saint Michael the Archangel which took place on the summit of Monte Gargano, Italy, on the outskirts of Rome, only seven mile from the city of Rome on what is known from ancient times as the Salarian Way. This is on the Adriatic coast of Italy. The Feast also commemorates the dedication of the sanctuary which was built on the site of the apparition. Although this dedication is celebrated on May 8 on Monte Gargano, in the rest of the Church it is celebrated on September 29 because May 8 has become the feast of the actual apparition.
The second Feast Day of Saint Michael the Archangel is September 29. It's official title is The Dedication of Saint Michael the Archangel. In other words, it commemorates the dedication of the sanctuary which was built on Monte Gargano in honor of the apparition of Saint Michael the Archangel. This feast is very ancient.
The EXORCISM which is also found on this Web-Site contains several prayers and direct references to Saint Michael the Archangel that he may help us to overcome our battles with Satan and all other devils and evils spirits who are the fallen angels.
The Feast Days of the other two Archangels are:
Saint Gabriel, Feast Day is March 24.
Saint Raphael, Feast Day is October 24.
The Feast Day of the Holy Guardian Angels is October 2.
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