Bruno and his partner knew that it was not safe for the Jews to stay where they were. So, they started to send adults and children to the countryside for safety. As the Belgian Resistance got stronger, the Nazis tried to secure them with a tighter grip.
Bruno started to dedicate himself completely to find refuge for Jews in hiding. Bruno started to send Jews to his family land, such as his brother's house. Bruno also started to hand out fake ration cards to Jews. Following the liberation of Belgium in 1944, Bruno made sure that all of the children he was hiding would return to their parents.
All and all, Dom Bruno would go on to save over 400 Jewish adults and children from concentration camps and the gas chambers. He would die on 26 October, 1981.