The archangels of heaven are angel Michael, angel Gabriel, angel Raphael, angel Uriel and angel Jehudiel. The two archangels that complete the list are angel Sealtiel and angel Barachiel. Their names have the suffix "el," which means "of God."
Angel Michael is one of the archangels mentioned in the Christian Bible, and his name can be translated to mean "who is like unto God." He is considered a warrior and the leader of the armies in heaven. Angel Gabriel is also mentioned in the Bible, and his name means "the strength of God." Gabriel is also known as the messenger angel, as he appears in the Bible to deliver God's message to Daniel in the Old Testament, and to Elizabeth and Mary in the New Testament.
The name Raphael can be translated to mean "the healing of God." He first appears in the book of Tobit. He is also considered the patron of travelers as he helps Tobias in his journey. Archangel Uriel's name means "Fire of God." His name first appears in the Book of Enoch, which is another apocryphal text. Some images depict him carrying a flame to represent God's truth, while others have Uriel carrying a book to show wisdom.
Jehudiel means "Praise of God," and this archangel is considered the patron who anoints those who are sick or dying. The name Sealtiel means "Prayer of God," and this archangel carries an incensor that symbolizes the prayers and offerings during mass. Angel Barachiel's name means "Blessings of God," and he is an intercessor for barren couples and troubled marriages.