In the Season 2 finale, the seminarians plan for the upcoming year; and receive sad news about one of their professors. In other events, Raphael considers continuing his studies outside of France; and Fr. Bosco plans for the next step in his treatment.
The candidates want their ordination held at the seminary instead of Notre Dame; Fr. Fromenger postpones his plans upon learning of the possible sale; and Fr. Bosco makes an impassioned speech at the Conference of Bishops before the vote on selling the seminary.
Yann seeks to make peace with his old girlfriend; Raphael learns disturbing news at the Conference of Bishops; Fr. Fromenger again requests to be transferred to Shanghai; and the seminarians prepare for an annual sermon competition.
Guilliame befriends a resident of the unwed mothers' home; Poileaux's assistant discovers a famous resident at a remote parish; and Yann recruits high-school students to perform the music from the ancient manuscript.
Poileaux makes deep budget cuts; Bosco sees a non-traditional healer for cancer treatment; Guillame volunteers at a home for unwed mothers; and Jose interrupts Mass at the seminary to ask forgiveness and for the chance to return.
Poileaux learns that the French Catholic Church is facing financial ruin; Jose sends a letter to Fr. Bosco asking to return; and Yann finds an ancient manuscript of church music that hasn't been sung in hundreds of years.
In the Season 2 premiere, Fr. Bosco assesses the psychological makeup of the seminarians; Jose, now a paraplegic, longs to return to the seminary; and the new Conference of Bishops director appears to be in over his head.