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Being disrespected, hated or abused invoke the guidance and protection of Saint Michael the Archangel. Archangel Michael is a powerful spiritual being of unconditional love and light. He is the most well known Archangel in the world, as his name is mentioned in the Bible, the Torah, and the Quran. Fine Art Photography by Zbigniew Halat
Being disrespected, hated or abused invoke the guidance and protection of Saint Michael the Archangel. Archangel Michael is a powerful spiritual being of unconditional love and light. He is the most well known Archangel in the world, as his name is mentioned in the Bible, the Torah, and the Quran.

Saint Vincent Abbey, Wroclaw Olbin, was demolished by Lutherans, led by Heinrich von Rybisch, within one month starting on 14 October 1529. This was one of the first most abhorrent hate crimes against property motivated by Lutherans' bias against the Roman Catholic religion. St John Paul II and other popes made many apologies to all, including Protestants, who had allegedly suffered at the hands of the Catholic Church over the years. No such apologies were issued by haters of the Roman Catholic faith. Fine Art Photography by Zbigniew Halat
Saint Vincent Abbey, Wroclaw Olbin, was demolished by Lutherans, led by Heinrich von Rybisch, within one month starting on 14 October 1529. This was one of the first most abhorrent hate crimes against property motivated by Lutherans' bias against the Roman Catholic religion. St John Paul II and other popes made many apologies to all, including Protestants, who had allegedly suffered at the hands of the Catholic Church over the years. No such apologies were issued by haters of the Roman Catholic faith.
Archaeological excavation site area of the Saint Vincent Abbey, Wroclaw Olbin, Poland. Edith Stein, a rebellious Jewish girl was born and raised in her family house very closely situated to the St Michael the Archangel Church built in the place of the former one which belonged to the Saint Vincent Abbey (1139 - October 14, 1529). Edith Stein - Saint Teresa Benedicta of the Cross, Roman Catholic Barefoot Carmelites' nun, Virgin and Martyr of the German death camp Auschwitz - became the saint patroness of Europe as a victim of hate crimes against a person motivated by the Nazis' bias against the Roman Catholic faith, and the Jewish race. St John Paul II beatified Teresa Benedicta in 1987,  canonized her in 1998, proclaimed her a co-patroness of Europe in 1999. Fine Art Photography by Zbigniew Halat
Archaeological excavation site area of the Saint Vincent Abbey, Wroclaw Olbin, Poland. Edith Stein, a rebellious Jewish girl was born and raised in her family house very closely situated to the St Michael the Archangel Church built in the place of the former one which belonged to the Saint Vincent Abbey (1139 - October 14, 1529). Edith Stein - Saint Teresa Benedicta of the Cross, Roman Catholic Barefoot Carmelites' nun, Virgin and Martyr of the German death camp Auschwitz - became the saint patroness of Europe as a victim of hate crimes against a person motivated by the Nazis' bias against the Roman Catholic faith, and the Jewish race. St John Paul II beatified Teresa Benedicta in 1987,  canonized her in 1998, proclaimed her a co-patroness of Europe in 1999.
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