With the recital that today, the 20th, at eight o’clock in the afternoon, the Villa de Candelaria Choir will offer, in the church of María Auxiliadora, begins the program of events for the Patron Saint Festivities of the Duggi neighborhood of Santa Cruz. The neighborhood meeting, which every year expresses the high reception that this celebration has, will reach its main date on the 24th with the solemnity of María Auxiliadora and the processional route that the image will make through one of the streets of the aforementioned population center, I find that It will begin after the celebration of a solemn Eucharist, which will be presided over by Agalac Alonso Siverio, episcopal vicar of the South of Tenerife, and which will be sung by the choir of the aforementioned parish.
El Duggi, the popular Monturrio, brings together numerous residents every year, both those who currently reside there and those who shared that space in the past, all willing to recover their greetings in reliving the development of their festivities that took place They develop around the parish church, a temple that occupies a part of the building that originally served as a warehouse, built by the Widow of Yanes in 1901, and which was duly restored for religious use 23 years ago.
The Festivities of María Auxiliadora bring together a program of liturgical acts in the temple of which Sixto Valentín Pérez is parish priest: triduum, prayer of the rosary and Eucharist, with the participation of priests Honorio J. Campos and Anatael Medina, as well as a series of talks and meetings, which will take place from 8:15 p.m. The one that will be offered next Monday the 22nd by the Assumptionist nun Cristina Massó, who will speak about Assumption College. Your story in Tenerifethe dialogue that attendees will have on Tuesday 23rd with the comedian and ex-neighbor of El Duggi Aarón Gómez, which will deal with Humor in everyday lifeand the one offered on Thursday the 25th by the architect and historian Sebastián Matías Delgado on The restoration works of the Parish Church of María Auxiliadora, as an expression of the participatory work of the neighbors.