Priest explains how angels help Christians fight today’s spiritual battle

Priest explains how angels help Christians fight today’s spiritual battle

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•Oct 24, 2019
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ROME, October 24, 2019 (LifeSiteNews) – Fr. Anthony Pillari JCL spoke to a group of young people in Rome on the spiritual battle that all people encounter, as well as the divine and angelic aids on which they can rely to resist temptation.
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Dachsie comments:

@1:53 ib the video rrack, Father explains that we each have two angels.
One is your guardian angel that God has assigned to y\ou.

And, according to the Fathers of the Church there is someone else who assigns you a personal angel which is a personal devil or personal demon to tempt you throughout your life.

This is information to help us to be aware of the spiritual battle.


Judaism Protestanttism and Traditional Catholicism all teach, and this is found throughout the Old Testament and New Testament scriptures, that there are good angels and bad fallen angels.

See that you despise not one of these little ones: for I say to you, that their angels in heaven always see the face of my Father who is in heaven.
Mathew 18:10

Revelation Concerning the Angels or "Christian Angelology"
95. In the beginning of time God created spiritual essences (angels) out of nothing. (De fide.)
96. The nature of angels is spiritual. (De fide.)
97. The angels are by nature immortal. (Sent. communis.)
98. God set a supernatural final end for the angels, the immediate vision of God, and endowed them with sanctifying grace in order that they might achieve this end. (Sent. Certa.)
99. The angels were subjected to a moral testing. (Sent. certa. as regards the fallen angels, Sent. communis as regards the good.)
100. The evil spirits (demons) were created good by God; they became evil through their own fault.
101. The primary task of the good angels is the glorification and the service of God. (Sent. certa.)
102. The secondary task of the good angels is the protection of men and care for their salvation. (De fide on the ground of general teaching.)
103. Every one of the faithful has his own special guardian angel from baptism. (Sent. certa.)
104. The Devil posesses a certain dominion over mankind by reason of Adam's sin. (De fide.)