Holy Trinity Church

Religious heritage

Holy Trinity Church

Since 1633 the Trinitarian monks preached in Alcázar de San Juan, an action that generated benefactors such as two relatives of the Inquisition: Juan Guerrero Portanova and Bernarda de Úbeda, who were the main promoters of the future Trinitarian convent and church. The foundation would take place despite the fierce opposition of the Franciscan monks who, since the construction of the convent of San Francisco, had captured all the prominence in the locality.

In 1647 Juan Guerrero and his wife signed the deeds for the construction of the convent in which the clauses imposed by the patrons were marked, ensuring their recognition as patrons by virtue of which their noble coat of arms appears on the walls of the temple and the convent.

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