Planned by the Montelparese Card. Gregorio Petrocchini, who financed the works, it was opened to the cult in 1615. The same cardinal donated to the Church numerous objects of worship, important relics and a considerable legacy for the maintenance of the prelates, which I had in it officiate. Much was destroyed by an arson attack in 1745. Inside there are the four side altars, now without their original table, but which still retain the paleotti, paintings in Rome by an unknown author. The paintings of the Via Crucis, to be referred to the Fermian workshop of the Troiani, of the second half of the eighteenth century, are also to be admired for the liveliness of the colors. The bell tower houses three bells, one of which, merged in 1354, from Bucchiano castle.