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Blessing of Animals
Event date: October 08, 2017 12:00 pm to 2:00 pm
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Contact Name: Franciscan Life Center
Contact E-mail: franciscanlife@fslf.org
Contact Phone: (320)632-0668
The Franciscan Sisters of Little Falls and First Lutheran Church invite all animal lovers and their pets to a traditional Blessing of Animals on Sunday, October 8, 12 noon. This event will be held at Washington Park/playground, 113 NE 4th Street (next to Carnegie Library). During the service, each animal present will be individually blessed. Bring your pet dogs, cats, llamas, guinea pigs, sheep, salamanders, wooly bear caterpillars, ferrets, turtles, pigs, chickens and cows. This event is held each year in honor of Saint Francis of Assisi, patron saint of animals and of all creation. For more information, please contact the Franciscan Life Center at (320)632-0668 or email: franciscanlife@fslf.org; www.fslf.org.
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113 4th Street Northeast, Little Falls, MN
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