In 1482, in Italy, there was a violent plague and the inhabitants of Sottoguda and Laste promised themselves that if the disease had spared them, they would have built a church dedicate to San Fabiano and San Rocco. So it was and on the 24th September 1486 was consacrated. In 1881, it was damaged by a wildfire.
In 1904, to the two bays already existing, it was added another one and in 1922, the bell tower was rebuilt. On the external facade of the church, inside the two recesses, located laterally to the entrance, there are two old statues of the two saints.