REISTERSTOWN – The Humane Society of Baltimore is providing a particular sort of blessing this October, a blessing for pets!
In celebration of the Feast of St. Francis of Assisi, Father Patrick M. Carrion of St. Bernadette Parish will likely be on the Baltimore Humane Society Memorial Park providing blessings to family pets of every kind from 2-4 October.
The Humane Society of Baltimore Memorial Park in Reisterstown was established greater than 80 years in the past and is the ultimate resting place for a lot of beloved Baltimore County pets.
Saint Francis of Assisi is named the patron saint of animals and the surroundings on account of his love for the surroundings. Within the Canticle of the Creatures, Francisco’s guide, he says praises to the earth and the numerous creatures that inhabit it.
Based on the Humane Society of america, “his sermons preached to animals” and he “insisted that every one creatures are brothers and sisters earlier than God.”
The Fiesta de San Francisco coincides with World Animal Day and is a superb alternative to rejoice all of the furry members of our beloved household. Based on the World Animal Day web site, the aim of the occasion is to “increase the standing of animals and assist enhance welfare requirements around the globe.”
Father Patrick M. Carrion, who will carry out the blessings, has served within the priesthood since 1982. He’s a local of Baltimore and is a graduate of the College of Maryland and St. Mary’sMary Faculty and Seminary. He may also bless the ashes of deceased pets for anybody who needs to convey them.