The building is of second half of century XVII and it is constructed with ashlar masoney and mud wall. It has a nave and lateral chapels between abutments. The nave is covered with "lunetos" in its four sections. There is a choir in the top of the church, on its feet. Under the choir it is the cover which has an arch of average point made of brick and a wood inner door with forge nails. There is an inscription in the threshold that says " This door was made by Francisco Campo in Bolea in 1.851 ". The cover is protected by porch of "lunetos" which is opened to the front with an arch of average point too.
On the porch that advances in the facade, there is a flat vane. The facade is finished off by a pediment delimited by the aprons of the cover and the continuation of the eaves of brick lines that surround the building.
Next to the facade it is the tower. The tower has a brick body with tile roof to four waters. In the low part of the facade and tower there is a sector constructed in ashlar masonery. They are rest of an older construction.
In the interior, the greatest altarpiece is of painted wood and between its paintings it emphasizes a linen cloth dated in 1.709 with the figures of Saint Augustine, Saint Monica and an image of the Virgin. The altarpiece adapts with difficulty to the vault of the church. It is possible that it comes from the Convent of the "agustinos" of Huesca.