Pope Francis says dogs can go to heaven.
Where did the phrase All Dogs Go to Heaven come from?
It came from an enthusiastic dog owner, who couldn’t believe that Dogs would ever be punished for just doing their doggy thing. Officially, it was from “All Dogs Go to Heaven”, which is a 1989 animated musical comedy-drama.
Why do dogs go to heaven?
Pop’s dream of dead dogs as angelic beings and Mol’s reference to “dog heaven” suggest there is belief that like their human counterparts, dogs also go to heaven and become angels as a reward for their good conduct on earth. In many cultures and religions dogs are more than protection and security.
Do dogs go to heaven Catholic?
Pope Francis confirmed during his weekly address in the Vatican’s St. Peter’s Square that canines, along with “all of God’s creatures,” can make it to heaven. The leader of the Catholic Church made the remark in order to comfort a young boy who was mourning the death of his dog, according to the New York Times.