Grand Ducal Family attended All Souls' Day Mass

Just like every year, on November 2, All Soul's Day, members of the Grand Ducal Family got together at Notre-Dame Cathedral in order to memorialize their deceased family members. At the commemoration ceremony, there were Grand Duke Henri, Archduchess Marie-Astrid of Austria (née, Princess Marie-Astrid of Luxembourg), Prince Guillaume, Princess Sibilla, Princess Charlotte (Charlotte Wilhelmine Maria da Gloria of Nassau) and Prince Léopold. The last day of this Christianized commemoration of the dead is known as All Soul's Day and falls on November 2. All Soul's Day is a Christian festival and honours all souls of Christians who have died. Observing Christians usually memorialize their deceased relatives on this day.
Grand Duke Henri, Princess Marie-Astrid of Luxembourg, Prince Guillaume, Princess Sibilla, Princess Charlotte, Prince Léopold
Grand Duke Henri, Princess Marie-Astrid of Luxembourg, Prince Guillaume, Princess Sibilla, Princess Charlotte, Prince Léopold
Grand Duke Henri, Princess Marie-Astrid of Luxembourg, Prince Guillaume, Princess Sibilla, Princess Charlotte, Prince Léopold
Grand Duke Henri, Princess Marie-Astrid of Luxembourg, Prince Guillaume, Princess Sibilla, Princess Charlotte, Prince Léopold
Grand Duke Henri, Princess Marie-Astrid of Luxembourg, Prince Guillaume, Princess Sibilla, Princess Charlotte, Prince Léopold
Grand Duke Henri, Princess Marie-Astrid of Luxembourg, Prince Guillaume, Princess Sibilla, Princess Charlotte, Prince Léopold
Grand Duke Henri, Princess Marie-Astrid of Luxembourg, Prince Guillaume, Princess Sibilla, Princess Charlotte, Prince Léopold
Grand Duke Henri, Princess Marie-Astrid of Luxembourg, Prince Guillaume, Princess Sibilla, Princess Charlotte, Prince Léopold

3 comments:

  1. I never realizes before how much alike Henri and Marie Astrid look.

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  2. It seems all the siblings and no spouses in the group except one Pss Sibilla. I must say their children really have grown. Nice to see almost everyone there.

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  3. Just a correction for your commentary. All Souls Day is a Catholic observance, not a Protestant Christian practice.

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