Animal Blessings Set on October 2 on the Sacred Coronary heart of Jesus American Nationwide Catholic Church

Rev. Paul Gulia and Bernardo Cardona of the Sacred Coronary heart of Jesus American Nationwide Catholic Church, Kearney, will bless the animals at 12:30 PM at Grace Methodist Church, 380 Kearney Ave. at Mass, Sunday, October 2.

The blessing shall be on the surface garden, climate allowing. They might bless the pets within the custom of St. Francis of Assisi, the patron saint of animals and the setting.

Make sure that canine are leash and cats and different pets are crated or in any other case secured safely for his or her blessing. Masks are elective.

Everyone seems to be welcome within the Sacred Coronary heart of Jesus Parish, which serves the Hudson County and Larger-Kearney space, and is a parish of the American Nationwide Catholic Church (ANCC), an all-inclusive church of the Catholic custom the place all is welcomed. way of life or state of affairs. The American Nationwide Catholic Church embraces the spirit of progress and reform initiated by the Second Vatican Council.

The Sacred Coronary heart of Jesus ANCC Parish moreover acknowledges the variety of its group and celebrates a bilingual (English and Spanish) Mass each Sunday at 12:30 pm at Grace United Methodist Church at 380 Kearney Ave. Shares its place of worship with the Sacred Coronary heart. Jesus. Everyone seems to be welcome to return on any Sunday, with out exception.

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