"All Animals Go To Heaven" says Pope Francis, Brings Hope Of Salvation and Afterlife!

18 Dec 2014 | by | Posted in: Wag News

To many, there is comfort in the thought of their beloved pooch going to Heaven and having a good blessed afterlife. But when Pope Francis issued a statement saying “all animals go to Heaven” in his recent address to the weekly general audience in the Vatican, he brought hope of salvation and a good afterlife to many dog lovers who have lost their dogs due to various reasons. 


The 77 year old Pontiff said that the Holy scripture teaches that there will be a continuity between this world and the future, though the balance between the two cannot be determined. Pope Francis also mentioned that  Heaven is open to all creatures and that they will be vested with the joy and love of God, without limits.

Pope Francis is a well known animal lover and even adopted his papal name Francis in honour of the Patron Saint of Animals -St Francis of Assisi.

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