The facade is in baroque style and enriched by an ancient wooden door surmounted by a stone portal with the inscription "Divae Mariae Matri Graziae", the name under which the Church was recognized in 700, at that time a small Oratory. Above you can admire a fresco of the Immaculate of 1671, while, inside, the floor is in stone from Moltrasio.
Along the walls of the nave you can admire some eighteenth-century paintings: "The Mystic Marriage of St. Catherine" and "The Alms of St. Dominic", while to the right of the presbytery there are some remains of eighteenth-century frescoes that originally decorated the church.
Of very ancient origins, the first evidence of its existence dates back to the end of 1500, by a pastoral visit of Bishop Ninguarda; it was defined as an oratory, a very simple structure where Mass could not be celebrated. Around 1620 the spaces were enlarged and the image of the Madonna suckling Jesus detached from the old aedicule and placed in the centre of the altar and it was thus possible to celebrate religious services. The bell tower and sacristy were probably built at the end of 1600.
Fun fact: the exit door of the sacristy is about a meter and a half high compared to the road surface, which is due to the works of enlargement and lowering of the Via Regina through the centuries. Inside the church there is the tombstone of the parish priest Giovanni Maria Ostinelli, who provided for further expansion in the 19th cent., and later the altar was completed, decorated with a painting of the Immaculate Conception, a copy of the original Morazzone of about 1630.