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Features About Angels

Statue of St. Bernadette at the grotto near Lourdes and the miracle story of the winds.

The Miraculous Story of St. Bernadette of Lourdes

St. Bernadette's visions in Lourdes, France, show how God “makes winds His messengers."

Angels are often portrayed with harps

Why Are Angels Portrayed with Harps?

Discover how the harp has come to be closely associated with angels in this heavenly slideshow.

Rainbow is a sign from heaven

Stairway to Heaven

In this excerpt from Best Angel Stories 2016, a daughter receives a much-needed sign from her mom in heaven.

A Butterfly Is a Sign from Heaven

A Sign from Heaven on Her Wedding Day

In this excerpt from Best Angel Stories 2016, a bride prays for a sign from heaven.

Cherub angels are the guardians of God’s secrets.

Illuminating Angels: Cherubs

Discover the fascinating history of cherub angels, the guardians of God’s secrets.

The  Annunciation of Angel Gabriel by Gaudenzio Ferrari

Do Angels Really Have Wings?

Meg Belviso, Staff Editor of Angels on Earth, explains why heavenly messengers are so often depicted with wings.

An early morning nudge from a guardian angel saves a family from a house fire.

Do Angels Really Exist?

A mysterious early morning nudge saves a family.

Pantone, the color guide, chooses heavenly colors this year according to Angels on Earth Editor Colleen Hughes.

The Pantone Color Guide's Angelic Choice for 2016

Pantone color guide's 2016 choices are "Rose Quartz" and "Serenity." What could be more heavenly?

Guideposts: Transcendental Journey, the angel painting Renee gave her sister while she battled cancer

Healing Angels: The Paintings of J. Renee Ekleberry

Enjoy this collection of artist J. Renee Ekleberry's inspiring and hopeful depictions of angels, included the one that watched over Renee's sister as she battled (and eventually beat) cancer.

An Angels on Earth reader supplies some timely advice for Guideposts blogger Colleen Hughes to share with her daughters.

A Gift from an Angels on Earth Reader

Gearing up for a parent/teacher conference, Colleen receives a kindly letter just in time.