Our Lady of Angels Church also called Karaikal Church is the oldest church in Karaikal in Pondicherry, a Union territory in South India. The present structure was worked in Neo-Gothic engineering by the French Colonial Empire in 1822. The first structure is accepted to have been worked amid 1739 and was wrecked by the British. The congregation has the tallest structure for any working in Karaikal, raising to a tallness of 133 ft 41 m, worked amid 1891. Our Lady of Angels Church is a working church with hourly petition and every day benefits and takes after Roman Catholic faction of Christianity.
The Thetheravu Matha celebration is a ten-day celebration celebrated in the Church each year on 15 August when the bubbly picture of Mary is taken in a chariot around the lanes of the Church. The Church is a standout amongst the most unmistakable milestones in Karaikal and countenances the Bay of Bengal. The Church is situated in Church road in Karaikal, which is accepted to be named after the Church. The congregation is worked in Neo-Gothic design with the principle chappel, a 133 ft 41 m tower drew closer through a structure with fate formed rooftop and a love corridor. The highest point of the pinnacle is a cone with an octagonal base and the cone houses three tickers. There are five tremendous chimes, the sound of which can be heard similar to 5 km 3.1 mi from its area.