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Other Names:
Gavriel, Jibril, Fortitudo Dei, Gabr-el, Gabrielus, Gavri’el, Jibrail
Country:
Unknown
Date of Birth:
Unknown
Date of Death:
Unknown
Feast Day:
September 29

He brought the news of the births of John the Baptist and Jesus Christ to their mothers.

Saint Gabriel is one of three angels mentioned in the Bible.

from Wikipedia

In Abrahamic religions, Gabriel is an Archangel who typically serves as a messenger to humans from God.

He first appears in the Book of Daniel, delivering explanations of Daniel's visions. In the Gospel of Luke Gabriel foretells the births of both John the Baptist and of Jesus. Christians of the Catholic traditions refer to him as Gabriel the Archangel.

In Islam, Gabriel was the medium through whom God revealed the Qur'an to Muhammad, and that he sent a message to most prophets, if not all, revealing their obligations. He is called the chief of the four favoured angels and the spirit of truth. He is called the created Holy Spirit (Islam) that spoke to Muhammad,[1][2] which is not to be confused with the Holy Spirit of God in Christianity who is revered as God Himself. Gabriel is also mentioned in Bahá'í Faith texts, specifically in Bahá'u'lláh's mystical work Seven Valleys.

Gabriel is referred to as "he" in the Bible, and in Daniel 9:21 he is explicitly called "the man Gabriel". Some moderns, especially New Age exponents, portray Gabriel as female or androgynous.[3][4][5]