Gothic church of Saint Catherine of Alexandria in Grzywna was built at the turn of the thirteenth / fourteenth century.
It is a aisleless, stone and brick structure, with a gothic porch from the west, constituting the ground floor of the planned and unrealized tower. The tower from the north is an addition from the beginning of the 20th century. In the west façade there were terracotta sculptures from the mid-fourteenth century, today hidden inside the presbytery of the church. In the east elevation you can see the 14th century frieze depicting a two-headed stag.