Saturday, October 1, 2011

U.S. Marine Protected by St. Michael the Archangel During Korean War

Here's a remarkable modern story of a U.S. Marine who was protected by St. Michael the Archangel during the Korean War against seven Communist soldiers who had their guns pointed at him.

I was skeptical until I heard what the sergeant said to his marine.

Click HERE.

The story is told by Canon Henry Fragelli of St. Margaret Mary's Catholic Church in Oakland, California.  I got this story from blogger Jay Balza.  His blog can be found at and it is called Veritatem facientes in caritate.

St. Michael is the patron of the military.

For more information about the Archdiocese of the Military Services USA, and to provide for the spiritual needs of our service men and women, click HERE.

Ten...hut!  Dismissed.

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