The Chapel of St. Catherine is situated in the west of St. Francis of Assisi Church and is committed to St. Catherine. It was worked by Alfanso De Albuquerque in 1510 when he vanquished the nearby Muslim ruler Adil Shah on St. Catherine's Day that is 25th November 1510. The Chapel was worked in Renaissance style design. The Chapel with a light yellow outside is worked with laterite stones and mortar with lime mortar and has a pinnacle on either side. The Chapel inside has just a single sacred place which is plain. On one side of the Chapel is a stone engraving in Portuguese.
The Chapel has rectangular window sheets of the Old Portuguese style wearing mica shells. As you enter the house of prayer, you will see a statue of Our Lady. There is additionally a wonderful sacrificial table devoted to St. Catherine whereupon stands another statue of Our Lady of Peity. It houses a perfectly plated sacrificial table, different fine arts, compositions portraying the account of St Catherine of Alexandria and a workmanship exhibition.