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Guanabara Bay, Jurujuba, Niteroi, state of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
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A small beach of Guanabara Bay in the city of Jurujuba during the fishermen festival, on June 29, 2015.

The traditional feast of St. Peter, the patron saint of fishermen, has begun and faithful and devotees can now go to Jurujuba and enjoy the homage to the saint. Until next Monday, the colony of fishermen will be in party with live show, stalls juninas typical food, dawn and procession. Promoted for more than 100 years the expectation of visitation is 20 thousand people throughout the day. 

This Saturday the stalls and games begin at noon. In the early evening at 19h, will be Triduum with the Mass and show. On Sunday the party starts in the morning with interactivity with children and Mass at 19h and more live show. 

The summit will be the second itself, St. Peter's Day, with dawn at 5 am, followed by the first mass at 6pm.Already at 9 am will solemn Mass followed by procession from the church to the pier, in the Square. Will be distributed 400 passwords for the faithful follow the maritime procession, according to a statement of the Leisure and Tourism Company (Neltur) will cycle through the Guanabara Bay at the time of Preventório, Charitas, San Francisco, Icaraí, going towards the Museum of Contemporary Art (MAC), which returns, passes through the Fortress of Santa Cruz, to the pier. The tributes continue with Mass at 15h, followed by blessing the Minister Deise and 19 hours will be celebrated Mass with another show of Catholic bands Seven Gifts and The Forerunner. The party only ends at midnight with burning the picture of St. Peter. TRANSIT From midnight Saturday to midnight on the 29th will be no parking all along the Avenida Carlos Ermelindo Marins. In the same way, vehicle traffic will be restricted in its final stretch, from the Alameda Marechal Pessoa Leal in Jurujuba at the following times: from 9 am Saturday to 3am Sunday from 9 am on the 28th at 3pm on the 29th and from 5 am to 24 the same day. The end of the bus line 33 in the Delta Wing Square. MARKET ST PETER On 29 Market St Peter, in Niterói Center, also will solemnity. The Mass will be celebrated at 10 am followed by socializing with the cake of St. Peter. THE HOLY HISTORY Peter, an apostle of Christ, initially had the name of Simon, a Hebrew origin name which means one who listens. Simon was born in Bethsaida in Galilee. He was the son of Jonah and brother of Andrew, apostle. Fisherman by profession. Who first met Jesus was his brother This introduced him to the Messiah. It is considered the first pope of the Catholic Church and called by Catholics by St. Peter. This definition is given based on the following passage: "That thou art Peter, and upon this rock I will build my church; and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it; I will give you the keys of the kingdom of heaven; and whatever you bind on earth shall be bound in heaven, and whatever you loose on earth shall be loosed in heaven "(Matthew 16: 18-19).. In the year 64 AD, Peter was crucified. When he learned that would be crucified, Peter chose to be turned upside down, as it was considered unworthy to die as Jesus. The first Catholic pontiff is buried in the basilica that bears his name and is located in the Vatican. The St. Peter's Day is celebrated on June 29.

texte: Raquel Morais

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Copyright: Romain Calvetti
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 10000x5000
Taken: 29/06/2015
Uploaded: 02/03/2016
Updated: 06/01/2019


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