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Frankie’s YouTube Critters- 3

Frankie’s YouTube Critters- 3 August 22, 2014

Patricia Jiménez is the webmaster for USHM and has worked for over 20 years in the areas of youth ministry, catechesis, and teaching and administering lay formation programs. Patty has experience in parish, academia, and diocesan ministry and has been a speaker at local, regional, and national events. She received her Doctorate in Ministry specializing in Hispanic and Latino Theology and Ministry at Barry University in Miami, Florida, a Masters in Theological Studies and a Masters in Ministry for a Multicultural Church from the Franciscan School of Theology in Berkeley, Ca. Her interests are technology and new media, cross-cultural administration, Franciscan spirituality, and Hispanic Theology and Ministry. Patricia Jiménez es webmaster de U.S. Hispanic Ministry. Ha trabajado por más de 20 años en las áreas de la pastoral juvenil, la catequesis, enseñando y administrando programas de formación. También ha trabajado y colaborado en parroquias e instituciones académicas y diócesis; ha sido conferencista en eventos locales, regionales y nacionales. Obtuvo su doctorado en Ministerios, con especialidad en la Pastoral y Teología Hispana/Latina en Barry University en Miami Shores, Florida, su Maestría en Estudios Teológicos y una Maestría en Ministerios Multiculturales de la Escuela Franciscana de Teología en Berkeley, California. Actualmente sus intereses son los medios de comunicación, nuevas tecnologías, la administración intercultural, la espiritualidad Franciscana, y la Teología y Pastoral Hispana.

Watch the best animal videos of the week.  Make sure to watch the last one, it’s worth it.

Shark Cat and Shark Baby

A cat dressed like a shark rides a Roomba while entertaining a baby dressed like shark.  Very cute!

Cat Lulling Baby

It seems like this week’s theme is cats and babies.  I’m not sure I would let a cat be that close to a baby. However,  I know that kneading is a very affectionate gesture and  love it when my cat does it.  What’s so wonderful about this video is the baby’s reaction.  It seems to calm and lull him to sleep.

 

Cat Opens Door

I know how smart cats are.  They always amaze me with their skills and acrobatics.  Mulder the cat can open doors even when his owner creates barriers.  Nothing is stopping this cat!

 

Seal Concern

Seals are quickly becoming one of my favorite animals.  There is so much joy in watching this seal play with this little girl but the best part is the seal’s reaction when the little girl falls down.

Dog Gets a Massage

One word- Jealous.

 

French Bulldog Can’t Reach His Ball

This poor guy tries so hard to reach his ball.  Please give him his ball already!

Dog Blows Bubbles

As summer draws to an end, what better way to end it than with a dog blowing bubbles under water.

Vaseline Revenge

When a a squirrel began to raid a bird feeder, the owners decided to use a little vaseline to thwart the culprit.  What ensues is one of the funniest animal videos I have ever seen.  I laughed so hard.  This is a video to bookmark and save for one of those really bad days.  This definitely makes my top 10.

http://youtu.be/O9-rE5RBZvU

 

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Patricia Jiménez is the webmaster for USHM and has worked for over 20 years in the areas of youth ministry, catechesis, and teaching and administering lay formation programs. Patty has experience in parish, academia, and diocesan ministry and has been a speaker at local, regional, and national events. She received her Doctorate in Ministry specializing in Hispanic and Latino Theology and Ministry at Barry University in Miami, Florida, a Masters in Theological Studies and a Masters in Ministry for a Multicultural Church from the Franciscan School of Theology in Berkeley, Ca. Her interests are technology and new media, cross-cultural administration, Franciscan spirituality, and Hispanic Theology and Ministry. Patricia Jiménez es webmaster de U.S. Hispanic Ministry. Ha trabajado por más de 20 años en las áreas de la pastoral juvenil, la catequesis, enseñando y administrando programas de formación. También ha trabajado y colaborado en parroquias e instituciones académicas y diócesis; ha sido conferencista en eventos locales, regionales y nacionales. Obtuvo su doctorado en Ministerios, con especialidad en la Pastoral y Teología Hispana/Latina en Barry University en Miami Shores, Florida, su Maestría en Estudios Teológicos y una Maestría en Ministerios Multiculturales de la Escuela Franciscana de Teología en Berkeley, California. Actualmente sus intereses son los medios de comunicación, nuevas tecnologías, la administración intercultural, la espiritualidad Franciscana, y la Teología y Pastoral Hispana.