A Day in Leuvan, Belgium

Today, we took a short train ride to Leuvan to visit the crypt of Saint Damien.  St. Damien is below St. Anthony’s Church.  The Troop said the Rosary and a special prayer.  Afterwards, we attended Mass, which was held in Dutch…very cool and different. 

Published in: on October 3, 2009 at 4:07 pm  Comments (3)  

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  1. We are profoundly moved to see the boys deep in prayer at the tomb of their hero. What priceless lasting memories they will have together!

  2. How excited I was to get up this morning and see the “next chapter”, and then to be with you all in prayer. What a blest day this is already! God Bless!~~M

  3. Thank you for giving us a tour! My children are watching closely; we are incorporating this into our homeschool curriculum. Good job!

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