Sunday, October 4, 2009

Saint Francis of Assisi



Today, is the Saint Francis of Assisi Day. "Bless the beast and the children..."

Hoje, é Dia de São Francisco de Assis. "Abençoe os animais e as crianças..."

4 comments:

  1. I gave my nephew a pet hamster and he will bring it to school tomorrow as they will be celebrating the feast of St. Francis of Assisi. They were asked to bring their pets with them.

    Nice photo, unique angle and play with shadow..^^

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  2. Wonderful photo of the statue of St. Francis of Assisi!

    CONGRATULATIONS on the Olympic decision to go to Rio in 2016! Think of your blog postings then!! Do you have room on your floor for your CDP blogger friends?

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  3. Nice photo. I know that here, a zoo helds a special mass in which people can bring their pets, and they get a special blessing.

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