By John Ostapkovich

By John Ostapkovich

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – An Irish mystic who has been seeing angels all her life will be in Philadelphia Sunday for a free appearance at a Chestnut Hill church.

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Lorna Byrne has seen angels since she was a toddler and travels the world to describe what, to the rest of us, remains unseen, even unseeable.

“Angels are creatures created by God. They give the human appearance within themselves and they seem to be neither male nor female. They are so beautiful but they are so perfect. An angel would walk beside me and would give such a human appearance,” says Byrne.

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She says each of us has a guardian angel nearby, the vessel of our soul, and there are others like the Angel of Hope and the Archangel Michael who have different duties.

Byrne will appear at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church at 2 p.m. Sunday, at first answering questions from the rector, and then from the public.

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