Timings : All days of the week: 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM, 4:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Time Required : Around 1 hour
Entry Fee : Free
This church has a significant resemblance with the St. Peters Basilica in Rome. On the left, there are three altars dedicated to the Holy Family, Our Lady of Piety and St.Clare and the right-side altars are dedicated to St. Agnes, St. Cajetan and St. John. Though the building is 300 years old, it has been wonderfully preserved and is still visited in large numbers by Catholic devotees and tourists alike.
The Church of Saint Cajetan is the church of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Goa and Daman built in the second half of the 17th century. Initially called the Church of Our Lady of Divine Providence the church is a part of the World heritage site, churches, and convents. One of the must-visits of Goa, the church is admired for its wonderful and graceful architecture that reminds you of Basilica of St. Peter in Rome. The only surviving domed structure in Goa, the beautiful tourist destination is named after the founder of the Theatine order, St. Cajetan even though the church is dedicated to Our Lady of Divine Providence.
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