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  • Blessed are the dogs, cats and yes, even a chicken named Luna

    St. Anne Catholic Church had it's annual Blessing of the Animals event Wednesday morning in front of the church. at 2000 Kay Circle in Columbus. Parochial Vicar Rev. Brian O’Shaughnessy offered blessings for each animal and the family who brought the pet. The tradition of blessing animals is in remembrance of St. Francis of Assisi’s love for all creatures usually celebrated on St. Francis’ Feast Day.

Blessed are the dogs, cats and yes, even a chicken named Luna

St. Anne Catholic Church had it's annual Blessing of the Animals event Wednesday morning in front of the church. at 2000 Kay Circle in Columbus. Parochial Vicar Rev. Brian O’Shaughnessy offered blessings for each animal and the family who brought the pet. The tradition of blessing animals is in remembrance of St. Francis of Assisi’s love for all creatures usually celebrated on St. Francis’ Feast Day.
Mike Haskey The Ledger-Enquirer