At Narnia fest: A priest, a girl and a rabbit

  • Updated: March 2, 2014 - 9:36 PM
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The Anglican Church of St. Dunstan in St. Louis Park held A Festival of Narnia Sunday afternoon, March 2, 2014. Events ranged from presentations on C.S. Lewis' association with Christianity, for grownups, to dogsled rides, for kids, to a Blessing of the Animals, for pets. Abby Sickler, 11, held her rabbit, Buddy, as he was blessed by The Rev. Fr. Paul Kolisch, Interim Recor at The Anglican Church of St. Dunstan Sunday afternoon. At rear was her dad, Brad Sickler, who gave a talk on C.S. Lewis earlier as part of the festival Sunday afternoon. ] JEFF WHEELER • jeff.wheeler@startribune.com

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The Anglican Church of St. Dunstan in St. Louis Park held a Festival of Narnia Sunday with events ranging from a talk on author C.S. Lewis and Christianity to dog sled rides for kids. There was also a blessing of animals, although no sign of a talking lion. Abby Sickler, 11, held her rabbit, Buddy, as he was blessed by the Rev. Paul Kolisch, as her father Brad looked on.

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