This beautiful book is the presentation/gift edition of last year’s Paraclete bestseller, Will I See My Dog in Heaven? (4 printings). Now, the question mark is removed! The answer is Yes!
Complete with space for presenting the book to a friend who has just lost, or is soon to lose, a beloved pet; prayers and blessings for all animal companions; and plenty of hope and inspiration, Friar Jack says unequivocally:
All creatures form one family of creation. And the more we see the implications of our belief in the resurrection of Jesus Christ, and accept the biblical vision of God’s inclusive love, the clearer we are able to say of our beloved animal companions who have died: We will see you again in heaven!
As a longtime editor of St. Anthony Messenger magazine, Friar Jack Wintz, OFM, has interviewed many facinating people, from Mother Teresa of Calcutta to Gene Kelly, Bob Newhart to Martin Sheen. Father JAck is the author of the e-newsletter Friar Jack's E-spirations (www.friarjack.org) and lives in Cincinnati.
Wonderful book! Gives us hope that we will see our fur babies once again.Published 16 hours ago by Dar M
I lost my boy Mr. Fluffy a year ago, still his presence is everywhere at home . While I am a rational being, I have everlasting faith and truly believe these amazing creatures have... Read morePublished 10 days ago by Luis Torregrosa
Very comforting and confirms what I knew to be true that I will see my pets in Heaven! This is exactly what I needed to help in my grieving process. Highly recommend this book !!Published 12 days ago by Sharon A. Watson
A must read book for all of us who love animals, especially our dogs. I bought this book at the Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis Church gift shop in Santa Fe, NM. Read morePublished 19 days ago by Christena
I feel like I was living in heaven with my past dogs and cats. I enjoyed readin this book very muchPublished 26 days ago by Donna L. Curley
When doing research for my book, If Jesus Had a Dog, I found there not to be much at all in Scripture concerning the subject of the spiritual aspect of animals, much less our pets. Read morePublished 29 days ago by dog woman