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Veronese 9.5 Inch Archangel Saint Uriel with Crossbow Statue Sculpture Bronze Color Angel. St. Uriel the Archangel ​ Collect: O holy St. Uriel, intercede for us that our hearts may burn with the fire of the Sacred Heart of Jesus. Assist us in co-operating with the graces of our confirmation that the gifts of the Holy Spirit may bear much fruit in our souls. Obtain for us the grace to use the sword of truth to pare away all that is not in conformity to the most adorable Will of God in our lives, that we may fully participate in the army of the Church Militant. Amen. IN JEWISH AND CHRISTIAN TRADITION The word angel means "messenger" or "envoy." In traditional Christian angelology, Archangels and Angels rank at the bottom of the angelic hierarchy, after Seraphim, Cherubim, Thrones, Dominions, Virtues, Powers, and Principalities. Not explicitly mentioned in the canonical Scriptures, Saint Uriel has been identified with the angel with the flaming sword guarding the gate East of Eden (Genesis 3:24), and with the angel standing in the sun in the Revelation to John (19:7). He thus appears at both the beginning and the end of the biblical canon. ​ In Jewish intertestamental literature Uriel brings light to Israel. The name Uriel means “God is my light." He is often shown with an open hand holding a flame. A book or scroll symbolizes his talents for the interpretation of prophecy. ​ Uriel is mentioned in the deuterocanonical Book of Enoch, serving as God’s messenger to Noah. He also appears in the apocryphal book II Esdras, where he is sent by God to enlighten Esdras who is in perplexity about the problem of evil and the ways of God (4:1). ​ St. Uriel is the patron of the Sacrament of Confirmation. He carries the Sword of Truth for Soldiers of Christ, which we become through this sacrament. His fire reminds us of the flames of Pentecost of the gifts of the Holy Spirit. ​ In the Anglican tradition, Uriel is often portrayed in art as one of the four Archangels, along with Michael, Gabriel, and Raphael, sometimes associated with the four winds. In the Eastern Orthodox tradition, he is counted among seven or sometimes eight Archangels (the others being Selaphiel, Jehudiel, Barachiel, and Jeremiel). ​ To curb abuses associated with angel worship in the Christian West, in 745 AD Pope St. Zachary struck Uriel from the angels eligible for veneration in the Roman Church, retaining only the three Archangels explicitly mentioned in the canonical Scriptures. ​ Partly for this reason, at St. Uriel's we keep our patronal festival as St. Michael and All Angels, celebrated annually on September 29th or the closest Sunday. IN LITERATURE As well as in many other works of English literature, St. Uriel figures prominently in Book III of John Milton's epic poem Paradise Lost (1667), where he is called "Regent of the Sun."

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