Friar Moustache

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I assume that Saint Francis is giving this a big thumbs up from Heaven:

St. Francis Monastery in Cochabamba, Bolivia is named after the patron saint of dogs, so it makes sense that one of their newest members happens to be a stray dog they’ve rescued off of the streets. Named Friar Bigotón, which adorably translates to Friar Moustache, this lucky pup has his own habit and monk duties, and is given free roam of the monastery.

Go here to read the rest.  I am sure that the God who marks the sparrow’s fall is quite happy with this.

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4 Comments

  1. One error has crept into this reporting–St. Francis is the patron saint of animals. Dogs have two patrons all their own–Saint Hubert and Saint Roch. It is not (entirely) that I am a pedant, but I have two dogs at home and we make sure to celebrate their patronal feasts.

  2. Andrew is correct,and as a dog owner I’ve had occasion to ask for the intercession of St. Hubert. And…if you’ve enjoyed a bit of Jagermeister in the misspent youth; there is a nice connection.

  3. Named my crazy dingo Hubert in honor of the great saint….Rocky has always been a popular name for dogs, from St. Roch presumably!

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