A news item for the Feast of Saint Charles of Mount Argus, which I came across at the Pater Karel site:
In Limburg, the region of the Netherlands where Saint Charles was born, a train has been named after the new local saint. As well as having his picture on the outside, the train seems to show video clips of his canonisation on the inside! Here is a news clip about it (in Dutch). Watch out for the unstoppable Father Harry Broers (the Parish Priest of Munstergeleen), Father Giovanni Zubiani (Postulator General), Father Luigi Vaninetti (General Consultor) and Dolf Dormans, whose miraculous cure through the intercession of Poor Old Charlie made the canonisation happen.
Since all the Aer Lingus planes are called after Saints of Ireland (including Saint Patrick who, like Charles, was born elsewhere) what about a Saint Charles plane for next year’s feast day?