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Program explores roles of animals in religion

Sure, folks may pamper their pets – but worship them?

Find out more about animals’ roles in religion with the new educational program launched at the Humane Society of Southern Arizona’s resource library, according to a news release from the organization.

The program, titled “Souls Like Us: The Roles of Animals in World Religions,” features displays, resources and materials at the Society’s resource center, 3402 E. Kleindale Road.

The Souls Like Us program includes materials that examine religions ranging from Christianity to Wicca, from Buddhism to Judaism.

Anyone wishing to learn more about this or other animal topics can call 881-7408 between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. weekdays to make reservations.

Use of the library is free, but donations are welcome.

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