Church of St Alphonse, Luxembourg!

So I am back to my cinderalla country of Europe. We have come here many times can’t count them , making the trip even for lunch from our beloved Versailles! And we have continue to stop by from Brittany. It is a small country but full of charm, history and good things to see. Some of them unique!

Of course, I am talking about  Luxembourg. The city by the same name is awesome we fell in love with it in 1990 and it has not stop; do not know why, don’t ask me why it is just that magical when we set in at the Place d’Armes. I like to tell you a bit more on some of the off the beaten paths of it such as the Church of St Alphonse!


First of all, this is the Church that embraces the English speaking community there and Mass is held in English. It has a wonderful organ with great music concerts as well. It is located in a nice area at Rue Beaumont, corner with rue des Capucins, by the Place du Théatre. 

The Church of Saint-Alphonse is interesting from an external point of view. Inside, a great sobriety reigns… Nevertheless, the impressive height of the nave is worth the peek! Note in passing the monumental organ as well as the various sculptures at the bottom of the right aisle. Saint Alphonse is easily remarkable for its great size, its lacrosse and his gesture of blessing with his left hand. He is accompanied by several saints: Clément, Gérard, Neumann and Onders. The stained-glass windows adorning the collateral, embedded in trefoil arches, are distinguished by their vivid colour. Finally, coming out on your left, do not miss to admire the icon of the Madonna with the child of Byzantine inspiration.



The official webpage is here: Official Catholic Luxembourg on the Church

Official tourist office of Luxembourg on heritage

City of Luxembourg on heritage

It is a nice area to walk and we love to do that, wonderful architecture, quant shops and restos, and always something unique to see like this Church of Saint Alphonse and the English speaking community of Luxembourg. Hope you enjoy it

And remember, happy travels, good health, and many cheers to all!!!


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