St. Cajetan Print

St. Cajetan
1480-1547
Feast Day: August 7
Patronage: job seekers, the unemployed, workers, bankers, gamblers, Argentina, Italy

This fine art portrait is ready to frame.  8x10" and 11x14” are printed on acid-free, 80 lb. cardstock. Posters 16x20” and larger are printed on premium 8mil matte poster paper. All prints are printed with archival inks. The watermark will not appear on your print.

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Saint Cajetan was born into a noble, Venetian (Italy), family. He studied law before he became a priest at 35. These were troubled times in the church with unscrupulous and uneducated priests and the start of the Protestant revolt. Instead of leaving the Church, he sought to reform it by forming a new order called the Congregation of Clerks Regular (Theatines). They established hospitals, lived in the spirit of monasticism and ministered to the poor and sick. He established a bank as an alternative to usury. (The Bank of Naples) The order made converts by their zeal and love for God and neighbor.