the new parish church of Gradella was built starting from 1895, work continued with an incessant rhythm and on 19 October 1896 the monsignor Rota consecrated the new building and the church was dedicated to the Most Holy Trinity and San Bassiano. In 1919 it was attempted to decorate the interior of the church with paintings and stuccoes, you undertook contacts with artists and craftsmen and was entrusted Luigi Morgari.
The apse was frescoed with two paintings: the Holy Trinity with S. Bassiano and S. Eurosia and adoration of the Blessed Sacrament. The four central medallions of the arches of the nave represent moments of the life of San Bassiano. The painter Angelo Tavaratto instead are the eight stained glass sepia, which reproduce the invocations to the Blessed Virgin and were placed in 1948. In 1950 it was decided to build four new chapels, already provided for in the design of the Church.