Catholic Church (Mád)

The Catholic parish was in Mád at the 14th century. The church was consecrated in honor of St. Thomas who was an Apostle, its priest Dominican. The church is still standing now, was built between 1521-1526, and after the Protestant Reformation it was Catholic hands or Protestant hands. Finally, after 1711 it was in Catholics’ hands who are dedicated in honor of the Holy Trinity. On hillside, in walled garden, there is an one-boat, apse-closed church that has a sanctuary hipped gable. On the south side is a cross hipped-roof house, half-roofed vestry on the north side of the sanctuary. On the west facade of the church is a tower. On the south side of the tower is arch-shaped staircase. The church is reinforcing buttresses.