This sobre neo-classicistic church was erected thanks to the generosity of the de Boilley family in 1838 with help of the architect C.M.Vivroux.
It is a vast three-aisled church that resembles a roman basilica.
If fact, is was viscount Raymond de Billey, married to Marie Isabelle Simonis, who had the new church erected. The pulpit, present by the widow of Edouard de Biolley (Raymond's brother) is a massive oak wooden piece with double stairs. (Thanks to Allain-Baudouin Simonis)
Jean-NoŰl Crickboom says that Vivroux is not the architect: it is Jean-Pierre CREMER .