Pope Benedict XVI allowed ex-Episcopalians to use their “Anglican Use Liturgy” for Mass. Praise God, from whom all blessings flow! Thank you Jesus!
Priest Domiciano Juarranz blesses a dog with holy water in Burgos, Spain Tuesday Jan. 17, 2012. People across Spain bring their animals to be blessed on Saint Anthony day (San Anton), the patron saint of animals. (AP Photo/I.Lopez)
I understand Catholicism, and the Blessing of Animals. Yet, I just do not understand Catholic’s cultural follies, like huge, out of control bonfires next to buildings, in a city : in tribute to a saint. To me, that has nothing to do with the Catholic Faith nor Reason. IMHO.
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“San Antonio Abad, Ora pro nobis.”
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