Time of year
Church was closed when we visited . It is actually very significant particularly for Catholics since this serves as the baptismal place of St Thérèse of Avila . We managed to take photos inside .
This is very close to St Teresa's Church and we stopped in to see it. Not as elaborate as some churches which we visited but nice. This is still in Gothic style while others in area have been updated to Baroque / Rennaissance. It is worth 10-15 minute look.
Closed the day I visited. On 4 April 1515, Teresa de Cepeda y Ahumada was baptised in the Gothic font (15th century) of the church. Should the church be open, the font can still be seen today.
Teresa of Avila was baptised in this beautiful church. The baptismal font is on the left side of the church. There is a light, and you can turn it on. The church has a beautiful altarpiece and a nice Gothic style façade.
This church no longer functions as a Parish so access is difficult. Inside is the baptismal font where St Teresa was baptised.