The expansive and excellent Church of St. Cajetan, lies about a large portion of a kilometer away toward the north east of the Se Cathedral, and very close to the vestiges of the Vice superb Palace. This congregation, which is said to have been displayed on the first outline of the Basilica of St. Diminish in Rome, is structurally Corinthian both remotely and inside while the plated sacrificial tables with rich carvings are in rich Baroque style. The Church building itself is worked of laterite pieces which are lime put. The Church of St. Cajetan as it is prevalently known, initially called The Church of Our Lady of Divine Providence and the Convent of St. Cajetan were worked by Italian ministers of the Order of Theatines, referred to in Portuguese as Clérigos Regulares da Divina Providência. Despite the fact that the congregation sacrificial table is devoted to Our Lady of Divine Providence, the congregation is named after the organizer of the Theatine arrange, St. Cajetan, a contemporary of St Francis Xavier.