Feast Day: March 24/September 29
Patron Saint of BroadcastingCommunications
Messengers Public Relations
Diplomats & Ambassadors Philatelists
go to PatriArts, our online gallery, to view and
purchase related items including icons, plaques, tiles, and jewelry.
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To read about the legends,
beliefs and traditions
surrounding St. Gabriel,
click on the "scroll" above
and/or follow the links below.
History/Art/Culture. . . . . . . . . . . . .
Biography of St. Gabriel from the
Catholic Encyclopedia and from the Catholic Pages
The Archangel Gabriel Appears to Zachary illumination from Les Très Riches Heures du Duc
Free electronic postcards from the Web Gallery of Art.
Many other images of Gabriel (mostly The Annunciation) are also available.
Spiritual. . . . . . . . . . . . .
14 Faces of the Eternal Messenger from Angels, Guardian Angels and Spirit Guides, the Inquiry
Prayer to St. Gabriel from Catholic Doors Ministry
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Public Radio was founded on
February 24, 1970, with 90 public radio stations as charter members. Today, NPR serves a growing audience of more
than 15 million Americans each week via 620 public radio stations and the Internet and in Europe, Asia, Australia
and Africa via NPR Worldwide, to military installations overseas via American Forces Network, and throughout Japan
These are only a few of the sources I have come across while researching
St. Joseph. His popularity is universal and I have tried to give a good sampling... If you know of any sites that
you think would be appropriate here, please let me know. (and my apologies for any out-of-date or broken links,
but I'm pretty busy just keeping up with my patrons) -pb
the other Archangels will have their own web site, coming soon!
(featuring all-new updates)