One of the main attractions of the church is the exquisite architecture that surrounds it. Modeled after the Basilica of St. Peter in Rome, the church showcases a Corinthian style of architecture. Built of laterite blocks that covered with a plaster of lime, the church exhibits Corinthian columns and pilasters supporting a pediment, and four niches in which the statues of the apostles are kept.
The church consists of six alters, among which the main one is dedicated to Our Lady of Divine Providence. Besides these, the interiors of the church consists of wooden statutes of the various saints of Christianity as well as paintings and sculptures depicting various scenes from the life of St. Cajetan.