The Simbahan sa Birhen sa Kasilak (Church of Our Lady of Light) straddling the villages of Moto Sur and Moto Norte is considered the largest in Bohol, with its floor area spanning 2,245.28 square meters.
It was built in 1855 by Spanish Augustinian Recollects after the old structure was consumed by fire.
In 2010, the Our Lady of Light was declared a National Cultural Treasure by the National Museum of the Philippines (NMP) due to its architectural beauty and significance on the culture and history of the Filipino people. It was also declared a National Historical Landmark by the National Historical Commission of the Philippines (NHCP) in the same year.
Three years later, the Loon church was one of the 25 churches in Bohol that were either destroyed or damaged during the powerful earthquake that also killed about 200 people in the province.