This is the oldest church in the hamlet of Chiarano. Mentioned in several documents, it has been subjected to two renovations, which added a new sacristy and a western hall to the oldest part of the main building, consisting of the presbytery at half of the hall. The frescoes are from different eras. On the outer wall a large St. Christopher with Child Jesus can be seen. Inside of the church, on the northern wall, a fresco depicts the devil testing Saint Antonio. The wooden altar contains a painting representing the pope San Fabiano and St. Augustine, bishop of Ippona, and a statue of San Antonio Abate (St. Anthony Abbot), with a piglet at his feet, in the central position. In the lunette a Virgin Mary with Child is painted, while in the gable at the end of the wooden altar a white dove can be seen, symbolizing the Holy Spirit.
The church is also mentioned by Rainer Maria Rilke in his story "Ein Morgen" (A Morning), written in 1899).