Saints and blessed, exposed during the visit of Pope Francis on March 21 last year in Piazza del Plebiscito, back on display in the Cloister of Saint Eligio, in Piazza Mercato in Naples thanks to the joint efforts dell’Asso.gio.ca. (Catholic Youth Association which operates in the district) and the Comprehensive institute Campo del Moricino sponsored by the Municipality and the Archdiocese. The initiative was presented today in the fourteenth-century cloister President dell’Asso.gio.ca., Gianfranco Wurzburger, the head teacher of the institute Comprehensive Carmine Negro, the parish priest of the church of Sant’Eligio Don Paolo Bellobuono, the Councillor to Education of the City Annamaria Palmieri. The initiative is, it was pointed out, in May of Monuments 2015. The exhibition of Giacometti Art, will remain open until June 4 and will see the boys of the institute including become “guides” for a day. “They are the students of the institute to become guides to illustrate life experiences closely related to the city and its monumental sites” has been detected in the encounter. So much will also have volunteers dell’Asso.gio.ca. and children of the project Giocolandia, always the Market district. “We want to tell the story of Naples – says Wurzburger – through life testified charity, legality, solidarity. Napoli discovers, through its saints, a story of rebirth possible“. The exhibition is open Monday to Friday from 10 am to 5 pm. On Saturday and Sunday from 10 am to 1 pm. The Sundays of May (10, 17, 24 to 11 am hours).