This vast church with three naves in the town centre on the banks of the Vesdre is in a pleasing environment and gives a pleasant impression on entering it.
It was repainted in 2009 in contrasting tones, sometimes a classic pale, sometimes an audacious and contemporary bordeaux which gives an impression of warmth.
It contains a massive marble pulpit and the high altar with an altarpiece with statues of Saint Roch and Saint Barbe. The life of Saint Antoine is depicted in a painting in the choir and in the stained glass windows. There is also a statue of the other patron saint, Hubert, and three imposing oak confessionals, so large that they resemble maisonettes.