As this picture indicates, there are four main bells in the tower. There is a tradition in which each of the bells has a name. The largest is Christ the King. It tolls during processions for funerals. The next bell is Maria, which tolls each hour. The next bell is St. Joseph which tolls every quarter of an hour. The smallest bell is, appropriately, St. Francis. When all of the bells are rung together it is very beautiful.
When they move here, the people of the village of Thuine have to sign an agreement that they will not complain about the frequent tolling of the bells. Each Saturday evening, the bells 'ring in' the Sunday. (Sister M. Alexandra and I didn't know this yet, and thought we might be missing prayers.)
During our tour we were also able to see the sacristies of the Church, special vestments, and the mosaic of Christ the King up very closely. This is a very beautiful piece of our Congregation's heritage. May the joy of the Lord 'ring' forever in your hearts!