(opening times: 7.30-11.00/18.00-20.00)
The church rises on an ancient temple devoted Cibele to the goddess, as you/he/she is testified by the homonym macaw of the The sec. AD recovered near the church, and now preserved to the Correale Museum.
It goes up again to 1133 period in which Sorrento was under duke Sergio II's dominion. The church suffered, during the centuries, continuous rehashes, up to the last and more radical interventions that took place in the XVIII century, in 1768 the cardinal of Naples, Antonino Sersale had the c1assicheggiante to build façade in tufo with injured tuscanico of it of order, poggianti on a tall clog.
On the ceiling of the aisle there is artist Filippo Andreoli's cloth (beginning sec. XVIII), the Madonna with her Child that delivers the belt to S.Agostino and S.Monica. You zone presbiteriale is delimited to the right by a prior seat in walnut-tree, surmounted by a wooden Crucifix of popular art of the sec.XVII. On the most greater altar in marbles policromi, the eighteenth-century statue of the Madonna of the Consolation is found. In the right zone of the aisle, a painting of Neapolitan school they are signalled (sec.XVIlI): Jesus with S.Agnese and S. Tommaso of Villanova that he offers alms to the poor men and a cloth shaped of Paul De Maio, signed and dated 1741, raffigurante The Annunciation. On the last altar to the right: there is a painting of Neapolitan school (beginning century XVIII): Madonna of the Graces with S.Carlo Borromeo and saint of the order of the Carthusian monks. In the Sacristy a table is exposed with The Annunciation of great artistic interest, dated 1593