Pharmacist, bakers, bank employees, lead caster, turners, glazier, merchants, radio mechanic, knights, paramedics, soldiers, gilders, balance manufacturers, painters, sewers, pewterers, cemeteries, Catholic church, German people, dying people, for the pour souls, lightning strike (against), for good death, bad weather (against), Neudenau al Jagst
original sculptures made in Italy
Sculpture description St. Michael archangel with devil:
Feastday St. Michael archangel: September 29
When did St. Michael archangel live: Not indicated
Biography of St. Michael archangel: Together with Gabriel and Raphael, St. Michael is one of the three archangels recognized by the Church. Defender of the Church, protector of the Christian people and also leader of the angels, St. Michael archangel is also considered the supreme head of the "heavenly host of angels who fight against evil". Nowadays, he is one of the patrons of the universal Church, who has always seen him as a potential destroyer of evil forces. Statues and sculptures of St. Michael archangel portrayal, imagery and emblem: St. Michael archangel is represented armed in the act of fighting against the devil. His attributes are the sword, wings and scales.
Patronage St. Michael archangel: Patron of Police, radiologists and grocers