The design of the church is based on the French and German Gothic style, as it has elements of both. The galleries are a small-scale copy of the galleries that are in the Church of Notre Dame, and the columns were based on the columns of the transept of the Cologne Cathedral, in Germany. Another feature of the German Gothic found in the Church of Coronado, is the use of a single needle, slender tower, situated in the front, serving this axis and an element that emphasizes verticality. Unlike the French Gothic, where it was typical to have two needles, one on each side of the outside part. SOmething interesting I found were the angels on both sides of the doors.
This church is situated in the most interesting part of this touristic village, opposite the Francisco Alvarado park. It is a church that stands out more for its color than its history, dating back to the early 20th Century. It is made of metal, and it has a pastel facade with two towers and a red roof. The interior, is very colorful, and it has interesting paintings on the Via Crucis.