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The patron's Ejidenses are accompanied by the Ejidenses through the streets of the city

Yesterday afternoon, thousands of people flocked to the streets to support San Isidro (the patron saint of the city), in his procession through central Rome, right after the Holy Mass, which was attended by hundreds of faithful.

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The patron's Ejidenses are accompanied by the Ejidenses through the streets of the city

Yesterday afternoon, thousands of people flocked to the streets to support San Isidro (the patron saint of the city), in his procession through central Rome, right after the Holy Mass, which was attended by hundreds of faithful.

San Isidro walked the streets in a throne adorned with hundreds of yellow roses. He was accompanied by an entourage that included eight 'Mantillas' - two of which were new to this edition. Maria del Carmen Maldonado (Big Sister of Brotherhood), was thrilled to see the Saint descend. It was her first descent as Big Sister. We haven't been able to witness our procession due to covid. This is why this is my first descent as the Big Sister San Isidro. Everything is new to me, even though I've been here for many years. San Isidro, my patron saint, is the reason why everything is great.

Maldonado spoke out about the roses used to decorate the throne. Since I was a child, it is the San Isidro flower I love the most. It stands out against the brown of his throne" and is highlighted with the floral offer that was made to San Isidro on Saturday afternoon.

Maldonado said that yesterday's procession was unique in this sense because people were very happy and eagerly awaiting this moment. The procession started at half past eight in the evening. He continued on through the Plaza de la Constitucion, Carrera de San Isidro, and made his first stop before the Casa Hermandad. A petalada was then offered to the saint.

The tour continued on Calle San Isidro and Carretera de Pampanico to reach the Boulevard. From there, it was back to the Church via Calle Lobero. San Isidro was presented with another petalada, as well as a song by an ejido women.

As every year, all ejido residents wanted the flowers of San Isidro's throne after they arrived at the Church.

The Brotherhood of San Isidro currently has 560 members. This year, 10 new medals have been awarded.

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