This church rises in the center of the village and is dedicated to the Virgin Mary of the Angels. It was built in 1653 by a certain Giuseppe Novo, who was instructed by rog. Muratore on September 27th of that year, also constituted the benefit with the condition that it was assigned to a priest or cleric of the Novo family.
Here is how Mgr. Della Chiesa in his Pastoral Visit of 1654 speaks of the new church: "In the merchant village there is the chapel under the title of S. Maria degli Angeli. This chapel is of mediocre capacity. A modest statue of the Virgin Mary with two small angels included in the wall... ".
Less than fifty years after its construction, the tiny church was built at the expense of the first benefited by D. Giovanni Audino Novo, rebuilt in its current structure and equipped with the epistle depicting the Blessed Virgin among the Angels, the same that is still exhibited today to the veneration of the faithful.
The benefit burden was 96 masses per year; one every Saturday to be said in the said chapel, the others on any day is church. For about two hundred years the benefit of the lords "Novis et Maiolis" passed later in enjoyment to members of the same Novo family.
During the Napoleonic period the benefit was forfeited by the French government. However, following the law 9 germile year IX, which allowed the release of simple benefits and gave the right to the respective patrons to return to them by paying a special tax, the cleric Novo Giuseppe redeemed the benefit in question and joined it to its private assets.
On 18 December 1831 with the testament Villa said Novo cleric disposed that all the assets already belonging to the benefit of the B.V. degli Angeli were assigned half to his grandchildren and half to the sacristy of the parish for "the fulfillment of burdens" that were fixed in the celebration of a mass read every Saturday and 25 others in the year.
The part reached in the Sacristy was of days 14 and tables 96 whose income, in 1883, rose to 800 lire a year. These lands were joined to the Parochial Benefit. In the report for the pastoral visit of 1883 we read: "The church is of common style, capable of 80 people. The walls are damp, but well sheltered. It has a small bell. The administrators are those of the parish. It is not called daily or festive mass, but only a few times according to the table of legacies ".
The church was decorated and embellished in all its parts in 1926 thanks above all to the contribution of the family of Giacomo Ferrero. The floor was redone, the old door was replaced, furnishings and furnishings for the altar were provided.