San Cayetano: Work and bread patron
Buenos Aires, August 7, 2011
San Cayetano was born in 1480 in Vicenza, near to Venice, Italy and he is considered the Bread and Work patron.
Hundred of faithful are camping on the street in front of the sanctuary in Liniers neighbor since two days ago.
At 12 am, Monsignor Raul Martin, auxiliary Bishop of Buenos Aires and Episcopal Vicar of Devoto zone will open the sanctuary doors to the peregrines and among the priests of the temple will make the first blessing, giving the welcome to all visitors that usually arrive to 100 Cuzco St. from different points of the country.
From 4 am to 11 am priests will give masses every hour while from the 1 pm to 11 pm they will take place at odd hours.
From 9 am masses will be celebrated in a little stage located in Cuzco St in front of the temple.
At 11 am the mass will be presided by Buenos Aires Bishop and First cardinal of Argentina Jorge Bergoglio. Then he will bless the faithful who are waiting to enter the temple.
As every year there will be two lines: one longer with that people who want to pass in front of San Cayetano image, located at the right side of the temple and other shorter for those who just desire to enter the temple.
Inside and outside the temple there will be priests available for confession.
The blessing of people, keys, images and religious objects will take place from 12 am every 15 minutes inside and outside the temple.