Destination: Scientology, Brussels – Religious Freedom in the Capital of Europe –

Los Angeles, CA, May 26, 2024 –(– Scientology Network’s Destination: Scientology, the weekly travelogue series that takes viewers inside Scientology Churches all around the world and discovers what makes each one unique, presents an episode featuring Brussels, Belgium.

Destination: Scientology airs Mondays at 9 p.m. ET/PT on Scientology Network.

About Destination: Scientology Brussels

Brussels is the home of the European Union and, therefore, a 21st-century world power center. Beyond its role as de facto Capital of Europe, the city is brimming with old-world charm, stunning Art Nouveau architecture and tempting chocolate and waffle shops on nearly every street corner.

Located on the city’s famed Waterloo Boulevard, amid world-renowned monuments and shops, is the 88,000-square-foot Church of Scientology for the European Communities. This Destination: Scientology episode imparts to viewers the city’s remarkable history and provides a glimpse of its modern-day attractions – from the Tomorrowland festival to the biennial Flower Carpet Event, when the entire Grand-Place is covered with a breathtaking half-million flowers.

Viewers will also learn about Brussels’s distinction as the center of the fight for religious freedom in Europe. In the 1990s, an anti-religious movement ignited across the Continent, seeking to criminalize religious beliefs and ban certain faiths. The Church of Scientology fought a 20-year legal battle, ultimately prevailing and setting a powerful legal precedent in the fight against religious persecution throughout the European Union. In turn, today the Brussels Church is a hub of interfaith unity and a catalyst for peace.

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