In a narrow blind alley, called Vico Consiglio, exactly in the wall of one of the few remaining houses of the Feudal Village, in Vico Consiglio, you can admire a seventeenth-century high-relief dedicated to Our Lady of Good Council sculptured by an unknown author. The plastic solution represents the Virgin standing in prayer where, at the bottom, there is a sort of parchment with curled toes on the example of many ancient coats of arms, showing references with Noto Baroque style translated into popular keyword. The silhouette inserted in the current prospectus, originally, could be the cornerstone of any opening. Already in the ‘500, in Spain the veneration of the Blessed Mary was widespread and this tradition arrived in Sicily as a result of the various Bourbon dominations. At that time it was very frequent to introduce, in the form of high-reliefs cut white stone, the depiction of Our Lady of Good Success in the Key of Volta of sacred buildings and private homes. These reliefs usually had the size of about 40 cm in height. The existing sculpture in Rosolini confirms he devotion of citizens and neighboring communities to Our Lady of Good Counsil, which presents very similar structural characteristics to the symbol of existing Jesuits in the ancient church of Cozzo Cisterna.