The Church of Mare de Déu de la Bona Sort is located inside the village of Prats de Lluçanès, about 500 metres south of the current church of Sant Vicenç.
This was the original church of Sant Vicenç, and the first mention we have is from the year 968. It was a parish church until 1435. From that year on, it became the suffragan of Santa Eulalia de Pardines.
The current building was restored in 1555 by the rector Valentín Serra. It must be said, therefore, that during the First Carlist War, this church was fitted out as a field hospital, as it was outside the walls. In addition, its bell tower was thrown to the ground by the Carlist leader Benet Tristany.
This church has a Romanesque tradition and is rectangular in shape, with a barrel vault and two side chapels. Above the main door, there is a belfry bell tower from the 19th century.
During the Civil War, during the night of 23 to 24 July 1936, this church was burned down by the militiamen who arrived in Prats de Lluçanès.