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UNDER ANGEL WINGS is the true story of a young girl in Brazil who saw and heard her Guardian Angel during most of her life. The book is filled with real-life anecdotes which are edifying, moving and often humorous. Cecy (See-see) Cony (1900-1937) tells story after story of how her Guardian Angel-whom she calls her "New Friend"-kept her from lying, stealing, revenge, immode UNDER ANGEL WINGS is the true story of a young girl in Brazil who saw and heard her Guardian Angel during most of her life. The book is filled with real-life anecdotes which are edifying, moving and often humorous. Cecy (See-see) Cony (1900-1937) tells story after story of how her Guardian Angel-whom she calls her "New Friend"-kept her from lying, stealing, revenge, immodesty, and from watching certain movies. She also describes how he protected her in moral dangers which she did not even understand, and how he aided her when she got into trouble because she was a "simpleton," as she puts it. Most beautiful of all, she relates how her Guardian Angel taught her to make sacrifices for Jesus and guided her in practicing acts of charity. Cecy describes many incidents of temptation from her youth. In each one, we see the beautiful way in which her Guardian Angel led his little charge to perfect contrition for her faults and turned all these difficult situations to good. Under Angel Winds reveals God\'s great love and care for His children on earth. It reminds us that He has also given each of us our own "New Friend" who has a similar, even if less visible, love and care for us. "My sisters read a lot. This book, they say, is undoubtedly the best....I think this book is awesome....I think you and your children would benefit from this book A LOT. I recommend it highly, highly."---Mother Angelica


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UNDER ANGEL WINGS is the true story of a young girl in Brazil who saw and heard her Guardian Angel during most of her life. The book is filled with real-life anecdotes which are edifying, moving and often humorous. Cecy (See-see) Cony (1900-1937) tells story after story of how her Guardian Angel-whom she calls her "New Friend"-kept her from lying, stealing, revenge, immode UNDER ANGEL WINGS is the true story of a young girl in Brazil who saw and heard her Guardian Angel during most of her life. The book is filled with real-life anecdotes which are edifying, moving and often humorous. Cecy (See-see) Cony (1900-1937) tells story after story of how her Guardian Angel-whom she calls her "New Friend"-kept her from lying, stealing, revenge, immodesty, and from watching certain movies. She also describes how he protected her in moral dangers which she did not even understand, and how he aided her when she got into trouble because she was a "simpleton," as she puts it. Most beautiful of all, she relates how her Guardian Angel taught her to make sacrifices for Jesus and guided her in practicing acts of charity. Cecy describes many incidents of temptation from her youth. In each one, we see the beautiful way in which her Guardian Angel led his little charge to perfect contrition for her faults and turned all these difficult situations to good. Under Angel Winds reveals God\'s great love and care for His children on earth. It reminds us that He has also given each of us our own "New Friend" who has a similar, even if less visible, love and care for us. "My sisters read a lot. This book, they say, is undoubtedly the best....I think this book is awesome....I think you and your children would benefit from this book A LOT. I recommend it highly, highly."---Mother Angelica

30 review for Under Angel Wings: The True Story of a Young Girl and Her Guardian Angel

  1. 4 out of 5

    booklady

    I was utterly charmed by this little book, by the young girl Cecy and the intimate relationship she enjoyed with her Guardian Angel, who she called her, “New Friend”. Cecy (See-see) Cony is innocence incarnate. She began ‘seeing’ and ‘hearing’ her Guardian Angel at a very tender age; not with her physical eyes and ears as with her spiritual senses. She knew when her New Friend was pleased/displeased with her. He was able to guide, motivate and keep her from danger. He made her aware of choices s I was utterly charmed by this little book, by the young girl Cecy and the intimate relationship she enjoyed with her Guardian Angel, who she called her, “New Friend”. Cecy (See-see) Cony is innocence incarnate. She began ‘seeing’ and ‘hearing’ her Guardian Angel at a very tender age; not with her physical eyes and ears as with her spiritual senses. She knew when her New Friend was pleased/displeased with her. He was able to guide, motivate and keep her from danger. He made her aware of choices she had in situations, which went above and beyond what she might have been expected to see, and certainly took her out of what we would call her ‘comfort zone’. When she did what she knew he wanted her to do, she would be ‘rewarded’ in terms of knowing she had pleased her New Friend and realizing the good she had done for someone else. Aside from that however, her efforts went unrecognized if she was lucky; usually she was ostracized, teased, embarrassed and/or had to sacrifice something she desired: lunch; new pair of skates; allowance for a year, etc. The stakes got bigger as Cecy got older. Cecy’s narration ends with her going into the convent. There is a bit more about her subsequent life as a sister, including a little about her death, but after coming to know her as you do in the rest of the book, it is disappointing, or it was to me. She was only 39 when she died. I have gone back and forth between a 4 and a 5. The writing is not great literature, but this book is one of a kind. So was Cecy. The 5 is for her and her Angel. December 6, 2017: Have wanted to read this for a long time. We are having an Angel Mission at our parish this Advent so I picked up a copy...

  2. 5 out of 5

    Isabella

    It’s almost like it isn’t even a true story, it’s so enchanting! She lived a truly extraordinary life, and was so inspiring, even as a little girl. To read about her daily struggle to stay true to God was something I could definitely relate to, spiritual wise. I read this book at the perfect time of spiritual need, and it showed me back to Christ. Her struggles with temptation and selfishness are posed in a modern way that you can understand. Her guardian angel really was always there, and that It’s almost like it isn’t even a true story, it’s so enchanting! She lived a truly extraordinary life, and was so inspiring, even as a little girl. To read about her daily struggle to stay true to God was something I could definitely relate to, spiritual wise. I read this book at the perfect time of spiritual need, and it showed me back to Christ. Her struggles with temptation and selfishness are posed in a modern way that you can understand. Her guardian angel really was always there, and that proves enough for me. ❤️

  3. 5 out of 5

    Anne Marie

    This was a very interesting book about a girl, later known as Sister Maria Antonia. According to her book, she was able to feel the presence and mystically see her guardian angel. From a very young age, she was drawn to Jesus and Mary, prayed much, and was determined to do good and not to sin. She loved to visualize her soul as being as white as on her First Communion Day. She tells stories about doing the right things, like giving toys and money to the poor, taking the blame for things she did This was a very interesting book about a girl, later known as Sister Maria Antonia. According to her book, she was able to feel the presence and mystically see her guardian angel. From a very young age, she was drawn to Jesus and Mary, prayed much, and was determined to do good and not to sin. She loved to visualize her soul as being as white as on her First Communion Day. She tells stories about doing the right things, like giving toys and money to the poor, taking the blame for things she did not do, and being nice to everyone, even if it causes embarrassment and others to laugh at you. She was so inspirational, and seemed like someone you would want to spend time with, just to learn from her great examples of living day to day. A couple observations: she said her guardian angel was the one she saw in the picture of the angel walking the children over the bridge. But I remember that angel being a girl, and she said her angel was a man. I'm also very curious as to why she died at the young age of 40. It only says she suffered and died a holy death. She reminded me of Saint Teresa, yet looking for more information, found that Sister Maria Antonia is not a saint.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Nicole Liquori

    The simplicity and frankness of this story is refreshing and inspiring. It is like a salve to the scrupulous soul, and I found it to be a gentle but firm push in my spiritual life, which I certainly needed.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Chels S

    Seems designed to provoke mental illness (Scrupulousity).

  6. 4 out of 5

    Amanda Souza

    Lovely story i wish there was more on her adult life.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Ruth

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    Mark Gerads

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    Catherine

  10. 4 out of 5

    Linda Hoyt

  11. 5 out of 5

    Cathy

  12. 4 out of 5

    Annie

  13. 5 out of 5

    Krystal Vann

  14. 5 out of 5

    Regina

  15. 5 out of 5

    Joanna Melton

  16. 5 out of 5

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    Anne

  18. 4 out of 5

    Teresa

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    Miss Clark

  20. 5 out of 5

    Mikie

  21. 5 out of 5

    Bridget Bulcher

  22. 4 out of 5

    Erin Neubrik

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    Monica Whall

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    Lauren Thorp

  29. 5 out of 5

    Julie

  30. 4 out of 5

    Alaina

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