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Pet Service 2019 at St Anne's Cathedral [Photos]

Mary the Lovely pictured at the service. Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye
Mary the Lovely pictured at the service. Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye
Holly Wilson, Peter O” Hare, with their son Alfie and pet Maisie attending St Anne’s cathedral for the service of Thanksgiving and blessing of pets. Photo by Peter Morrison
Joe Pawson with her pet cat Yoda attending St Anne’s cathedral for the service of Thanksgiving and blessing of pets. Photo by Peter Morrison
Anne Clayton and her pet Larry attending St Anne’s cathedral for the service of Thanksgiving and blessing of pets. Photo by Peter Morrison
Anne Clayton and her pet Larry attending St Anne’s cathedral for the service of Thanksgiving and blessing of pets. Photo by Peter Morrison
Holly Wilson, Peter O” Hare, with their son Alfie and pet Mazzie attending St Anne’s cathedral for the service of Thanksgiving and blessing of pets. Photo by Peter Morrison
A woman with her pet Rough Collie attends St Anne’s cathedral for the service of Thanksgiving and blessing of pets. Photo by Peter Morrison
Canon Mark Taylor, wife Frances, daughter Anneke with the family pet Ben attending St Anne’s cathedral for the service of Thanksgiving and blessing of pets. Photo by Peter Morrison
A woman with her pet dog attends St Anne’s cathedral for the service of Thanksgiving and blessing of pets. Photo by Peter Morrison
A woman with her pet Chihuahua attends St Anne’s cathedral for the service of Thanksgiving and blessing of pets. Photo by Peter Morrison
A woman with her pet dog attends St Anne’s cathedral for the service of Thanksgiving and blessing of pets. Photo by Peter Morrison
Leah Gardner and Jennifer Gardner with their pet cat Oscar join Hundreds of people with their pets attending St Anne’s cathedral for the service of Thanksgiving and blessing of pets. Photo by Peter Morrison
Leah Gardner and Jennifer Gardner with their pet cat Oscar join Hundreds of people with their pets attending St Anne’s cathedral for the service of Thanksgiving and blessing of pets. Photo by Peter Morrison
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 6th October 2019 The ÔPet ServiceÕ is back at St Anne's Cathedral in Belfast. Returning for its third year, the Pet Service took place on Sunday afternoon. All pets, and well behaved owners, were welcomed at the unique service celebrating all creatures great and small. The service is held close to St Francis of Assisi Day (celebrated on 4th October), and there was a voluntary blessing for all pets in attendance at the end of the service. Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye
A woman with her pet Chihuahua attends St Anne’s cathedral for the service of Thanksgiving and blessing of pets. Photo by Peter Morrison
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 6th October 2019 The ÔPet ServiceÕ is back at St Anne's Cathedral in Belfast. Returning for its third year, the Pet Service took place on Sunday afternoon. All pets, and well behaved owners, were welcomed at the unique service celebrating all creatures great and small. The service is held close to St Francis of Assisi Day (celebrated on 4th October), and there was a voluntary blessing for all pets in attendance at the end of the service. Archdeacon of Belfast Stephen Forde blesses a dog at the end of the service. Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 6th October 2019 The ÔPet ServiceÕ is back at St Anne's Cathedral in Belfast. Returning for its third year, the Pet Service took place on Sunday afternoon. All pets, and well behaved owners, were welcomed at the unique service celebrating all creatures great and small. The service is held close to St Francis of Assisi Day (celebrated on 4th October), and there was a voluntary blessing for all pets in attendance at the end of the service. Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 6th October 2019 The ÔPet ServiceÕ is back at St Anne's Cathedral in Belfast. Returning for its third year, the Pet Service took place on Sunday afternoon. All pets, and well behaved owners, were welcomed at the unique service celebrating all creatures great and small. The service is held close to St Francis of Assisi Day (celebrated on 4th October), and there was a voluntary blessing for all pets in attendance at the end of the service. Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 6th October 2019 The ÔPet ServiceÕ is back at St Anne's Cathedral in Belfast. Returning for its third year, the Pet Service took place on Sunday afternoon. All pets, and well behaved owners, were welcomed at the unique service celebrating all creatures great and small. The service is held close to St Francis of Assisi Day (celebrated on 4th October), and there was a voluntary blessing for all pets in attendance at the end of the service. Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 6th October 2019 The ÔPet ServiceÕ is back at St Anne's Cathedral in Belfast. Returning for its third year, the Pet Service took place on Sunday afternoon. All pets, and well behaved owners, were welcomed at the unique service celebrating all creatures great and small. The service is held close to St Francis of Assisi Day (celebrated on 4th October), and there was a voluntary blessing for all pets in attendance at the end of the service. Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 6th October 2019 The ÔPet ServiceÕ is back at St Anne's Cathedral in Belfast. Returning for its third year, the Pet Service took place on Sunday afternoon. All pets, and well behaved owners, were welcomed at the unique service celebrating all creatures great and small. The service is held close to St Francis of Assisi Day (celebrated on 4th October), and there was a voluntary blessing for all pets in attendance at the end of the service. Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 6th October 2019 The ÔPet ServiceÕ is back at St Anne's Cathedral in Belfast. Returning for its third year, the Pet Service took place on Sunday afternoon. All pets, and well behaved owners, were welcomed at the unique service celebrating all creatures great and small. The service is held close to St Francis of Assisi Day (celebrated on 4th October), and there was a voluntary blessing for all pets in attendance at the end of the service. Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 6th October 2019 The ÔPet ServiceÕ is back at St Anne's Cathedral in Belfast. Returning for its third year, the Pet Service took place on Sunday afternoon. All pets, and well behaved owners, were welcomed at the unique service celebrating all creatures great and small. The service is held close to St Francis of Assisi Day (celebrated on 4th October), and there was a voluntary blessing for all pets in attendance at the end of the service. Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 6th October 2019 The ÔPet ServiceÕ is back at St Anne's Cathedral in Belfast. Returning for its third year, the Pet Service took place on Sunday afternoon. All pets, and well behaved owners, were welcomed at the unique service celebrating all creatures great and small. The service is held close to St Francis of Assisi Day (celebrated on 4th October), and there was a voluntary blessing for all pets in attendance at the end of the service. Mary the Lovely pictured at the service. Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 6th October 2019 The ÔPet ServiceÕ is back at St Anne's Cathedral in Belfast. Returning for its third year, the Pet Service took place on Sunday afternoon. All pets, and well behaved owners, were welcomed at the unique service celebrating all creatures great and small. The service is held close to St Francis of Assisi Day (celebrated on 4th October), and there was a voluntary blessing for all pets in attendance at the end of the service. Autumn the three-week-old kitten pictured at the service. . Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 6th October 2019 The ÔPet ServiceÕ is back at St Anne's Cathedral in Belfast. Returning for its third year, the Pet Service took place on Sunday afternoon. All pets, and well behaved owners, were welcomed at the unique service celebrating all creatures great and small. The service is held close to St Francis of Assisi Day (celebrated on 4th October), and there was a voluntary blessing for all pets in attendance at the end of the service. Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 6th October 2019 The ÔPet ServiceÕ is back at St Anne's Cathedral in Belfast. Returning for its third year, the Pet Service took place on Sunday afternoon. All pets, and well behaved owners, were welcomed at the unique service celebrating all creatures great and small. The service is held close to St Francis of Assisi Day (celebrated on 4th October), and there was a voluntary blessing for all pets in attendance at the end of the service. Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 6th October 2019 The ‘Pet Service’ is back at St Anne's Cathedral in Belfast. Returning for its third year, the Pet Service took place on Sunday afternoon. All pets, and well behaved owners, were welcomed at the unique service celebrating all creatures great and small. The service is held close to St Francis of Assisi Day (celebrated on 4th October), and there was a voluntary blessing for all pets in attendance at the end of the service. Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 6th October 2019 The ÔPet ServiceÕ is back at St Anne's Cathedral in Belfast. Returning for its third year, the Pet Service took place on Sunday afternoon. All pets, and well behaved owners, were welcomed at the unique service celebrating all creatures great and small. The service is held close to St Francis of Assisi Day (celebrated on 4th October), and there was a voluntary blessing for all pets in attendance at the end of the service. Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 6th October 2019 The ÔPet ServiceÕ is back at St Anne's Cathedral in Belfast. Returning for its third year, the Pet Service took place on Sunday afternoon. All pets, and well behaved owners, were welcomed at the unique service celebrating all creatures great and small. The service is held close to St Francis of Assisi Day (celebrated on 4th October), and there was a voluntary blessing for all pets in attendance at the end of the service. Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 6th October 2019 The ÔPet ServiceÕ is back at St Anne's Cathedral in Belfast. Returning for its third year, the Pet Service took place on Sunday afternoon. All pets, and well behaved owners, were welcomed at the unique service celebrating all creatures great and small. The service is held close to St Francis of Assisi Day (celebrated on 4th October), and there was a voluntary blessing for all pets in attendance at the end of the service. Mary the Lovely with her owner Patience Bradley. Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 6th October 2019 The ÔPet ServiceÕ is back at St Anne's Cathedral in Belfast. Returning for its third year, the Pet Service took place on Sunday afternoon. All pets, and well behaved owners, were welcomed at the unique service celebrating all creatures great and small. The service is held close to St Francis of Assisi Day (celebrated on 4th October), and there was a voluntary blessing for all pets in attendance at the end of the service. Autumn the three-week-old kitten pictured at the service. . Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 6th October 2019 The ÔPet ServiceÕ is back at St Anne's Cathedral in Belfast. Returning for its third year, the Pet Service took place on Sunday afternoon. All pets, and well behaved owners, were welcomed at the unique service celebrating all creatures great and small. The service is held close to St Francis of Assisi Day (celebrated on 4th October), and there was a voluntary blessing for all pets in attendance at the end of the service. Autumn the three-week-old kitten pictured at the service. . Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 6th October 2019 The ÔPet ServiceÕ is back at St Anne's Cathedral in Belfast. Returning for its third year, the Pet Service took place on Sunday afternoon. All pets, and well behaved owners, were welcomed at the unique service celebrating all creatures great and small. The service is held close to St Francis of Assisi Day (celebrated on 4th October), and there was a voluntary blessing for all pets in attendance at the end of the service. Autumn the three-week-old kitten pictured at the service. . Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye

The pet service returned to St Anne's Cathedral on October 6 2019.

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