The church was originally assigned to St. Andrew, and in 1576 became collegiate dedicated to St. Benedict. The bell tower, destroyed during World War II, was rebuilt and today has the structure of a city tower with bells and clocks. Inside the church, there are still some restored frescoes.
A modern fresco by Giovanni Bizzoni occupies the entire wall behind the altar with the saints and Montecassino in the background. Inside you will also find the statue of Our Lady of Graces and a fifteenth-century painting by Marco Mazzaroppi: the Madonna delle Grazie and Child, St. Benedict and St. Andrew the Apostle. The feast of Our Lady of Grace was the most heartfelt and took place at the end of the summer using funds raised from the sale of crops: wheat, maize and other cereals.
Now the feast has been moved to August at the request of many emigrants who only return at that time.