Corresponding to the four bodies of the ship, eight chapels (four on each side) open the center of the church, of which only four (two on each side) are of interest to the visitor.
On the right, as viewed from the front, is the chapel of San Ildefonso, which corresponds to a canvas of the eighteenth century on Holy Toledo, listed as working Ricci. Today also called “Chapel of San Francisco” to contain a statue of that saint, founder of the Order.
Below the Chapel of the Immaculate Conception is located, with beautiful carving of the Conception, XVII century, the Castilian school, from the Franciscan convent of Arévalo (Ávila) and donated to the monastery by the Franciscan community Pastrana (Guadalajara) in 1968. the boxes represent John Duns Scotus, who prays in front of a Marian image, and Alexander of Hales, a professor at the Sorbonne in Paris, the Franciscan school teachers, advocates inmaculista dogma. Their authors are unknown, and also come from Pastrana, although they belonged to St. Mary of Jesœs, Alcala de Henares.
On the left, next to the choir, call Chapel of Christ of the Good Death, with a natural color carving of wood, Corrales Guerrero Toledo artist. Table of Descent is Morales. This chapel is also intended for the celebration of the Sacrament of Reconciliation (in it are two confessionals), and next to it, on his right, the chapel of the Blessed Sacrament, which usually keeps the Book of Holy and is where celebrates the Eucharist quite often.
Finally, near the transept, the chapel Don Pedro de Ayala, who like you want the Latin inscription, was bishop of the Canaries, dean and director of the Toledo Real church. The sarcophagus, deteriorated, is now in the Toledo Museum of Santa Cruz. We also find in this chapel the image of San Antonio de Padua, Franciscan tradition of great saint and popularly known devotion.