Argentine Pilgrims Pray for Work Argentina's troubled economy is showing signs of recovery. After peaking at a record 22 percent in May 2002, the country's unemployment rate has dropped to 15 percent. Still, up to 400,000 people Thursday flocked to a Catholic Church in Buenos Aires to pray to Saint Cayetano, Argentina's patron saint of work. Brian Byrnes reports.
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Argentina's troubled economy is showing signs of recovery. After peaking at a record 22 percent in May 2002, the country's unemployment rate has dropped to 15 percent. Still, up to 400,000 people Thursday flocked to a Catholic Church in Buenos Aires to pray to Saint Cayetano, Argentina's patron saint of work. Brian Byrnes reports.