And I thought Cat People were crazy…

This little gem of news came from “The Week” magazine.

A Massachusetts church is launching a religious service for dogs (Because these people obviously don’t know that All dogs go to heaven… which is also a really great movie). The Rev. Thea Keith-Lucas of Calvary Episcopal Church says the monthly service will help parishioners “who have a rich spiritual life as pet owners” share their experience of God with their canine companions. She said that barking and whining will be allowed during the services. “We want dogs to be dogs.” she said…. (and we all know that what dogs want is to sit through church).
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About tacycall

I am a mommy of four little ones. Two girls (5 and 3) and two boys (3 years and 5 months) This only consumes about 95% of my life. I try to squeeze as much as I can into the other 5%. I am a stay at home mom with dreams of owning a hobby farm with my husband and recreating the garden of Eden in my backyard. I crochet , keep bees and spend time with my hubby, cook, read and of course do a little writing.
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2 Responses to And I thought Cat People were crazy…

  1. You've obviously never seen the Vicar of Dibley (a really great BBC TVshow), they have a service for the animals.

  2. Mommadriver says:

    It's comforting to know SOME people have their priorities straight…oh well, at least bringing their dogs to church may rub off on them, if they can stop scratching & sniffing long enough to listen to the sermon…I wonder if there is one available in Spanish for my Chihauhau?

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