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Catedral Divino Espírito Santo - Indaiá
Caraguatatuba

Padroeiro: Divino Espírito Santo

Endereço: Avenida Amazonas, 1665, Indaiá, Caraguatatuba – CEP: 11.660-080

Contato:
Telefone: (12) 3887-2982
Fax: (12) 3888-1860
Email: par.catedral@diocesecaraguatatuba.com.br
http://catedraldodivino.blogspot.com

Atendimento:2ªfeira das 13h30 às 17h30
3ª à 6ª feira das 8h30 às 12h e 13h30 às 17h30
Sábados das 8h às 12h

Missas:
2ª à 6ª feira às 19h30
Sábados às 19h30
Domingos às 9h30 e 19h30

Pároco Pe. Alessandro H Coelho
Vigário Paroquial Pe. Douglas Franco Machado

Foto: Emilio Campi
www.panotour.com.br

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Copyright: Emilio campi - 360 total
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 7012x3506
Chargée: 22/11/2011
Mis à jour: 18/08/2014
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Tags: catedral; divino; espírito santo; indaiá; caraguatatuba; diocese; caragua; emilio campi; panotour
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