Santa Maria delle Grazie or Saint Gerard

This church was built in the eighteenth century by expanding a small temple dedicated to a sacred icon and San Lorenzo.

The church has a single nave with side chapels. Behind the altar is the fresco of the fifteenth century of the Madonna with child which is the only part that remains of the church of San Lorenzo.

Since 1776 the church has been dedicated to the redemptorist brother St. Gerard Majella, whose day is celebrated on the last Sunday of September.

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Guide of Frosinone

Guide of Frosinone

The old city of Frosinone is located on a hill overlooking the valley of the Sacco about 75 km south-east […]