The façade is characterized by a round arch, which is partly walled and plastered while the rest is occupied by the rectangular portal in wood, divided into chiseled squares. Also on the façade, two single windows stretch into a round arch with stone shelves. The roof is gabled. Right side: marked by four lancet windows that reflects the characteristics of those in front. Leaning against the right side of the church is the sacristy. Left side: three other windows and the bell tower, also in stone. On the back of the church, the choir is visible, with three windows identical to previous ones. The right side of the interior of the building has four pilasters at full-height.
Even the apse has two full-height pilasters. Between the third and the fourth pillar (one on the right and one on the left), there are two niches with round arch. Also on the right side, two steps give access to the sacristy; symmetrically on the left is the entrance to the tower. An altitude gap of three steps leads to the presbytery. The building dates back to 1946. The church is located at the foot of the road leading up to Livelli, in "Via Manzoni." Opposite the church, the school building in Ponte Crenna.
Rectangular single nave, with bell tower on the left side, before the chorus.
Strata covered by brick tiles.
VAULTS OR CEILINGS
Wooden gabled ceiling made of large square-section beams that support smaller longitudinal cross-beams, also in wood.
External face: exposed stone bound with mortar. Internal facing: painted plaster.
The interior flooring is marble. Designed in 1946, the work was carried out on land donated by Giuseppe Celasco of Casanova Staffora, at the expense of the population and a government contribution of L. 300,000. On May 20, 1951, in a solemn ceremony it was opened to the public. Simple and essential, it hosts inside the statue of the Pilgrim Virgin donated to the population by Monsignor Francesco Gugliada. The statue, before being finally placed in the church in 1946 was exhibited in numerous parishes of the mountain area.
Fonte: Thesaurus montanus. I Beni Architettonici e Artistici della Comunità Montana Oltrepo Pavese, volume e CD rom, ed. Torchio de’ Ricci, Certosa di Pavia, 2003