Pope Francis recently asked everyone to be like children who pay attention to their traveling companion during his homily for the Feast of Holy Guardian Angels.
Pope said that the child was the symbol of docility and helplessness and advised to let go off a "careerist" mentality, and adopt a child's view to things, CNA reported.
According to the tradition of the Church, Pope said that the guardian angel was real and each of them had one, who protected them and helped to make them aware of things.
The doctrine of angels the Holy Father said that one should not rebel against their angels.
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