They are part of the closing wall of the atrium and appear oriented to the south, crowned by a smooth triangular pediment flanked by pyramidal pinnacles. It is crowned by a sundial surmounted by an iron cross made in wrought iron. The group, built in 1850, according to an inscription we can read on the lintel, stands out fundamentally for its polychrome stone altarpiece. On it we see a scene of the Purgatory presided over by a latin cross without figuration on the side of which two stars shine. Found on the lower part, a total of five souls (three of them, religious authorities) burning among the flames in an act of prayer.