Improve the Worship Experience with Stained Glass

Stained Glass Lights Up The Worship Experience It’s easy to think of church stained glass as simply a colorful part of traditional religious decor. Stories of the Bible, depictions of saints and angels, parables, proverbs and psalms are reflected across sanctuaries, synagogues and prayer chapels in shades of color and light. Such a longstanding religious […]

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Saint Monica’s Feast Day Celebrated with Stained Glass

Beautiful Stained Glass Representing Saint Monica The patron saint of difficult marriages, victims of adultery and disappointing children, Saint Monica endured each of these situations during her life. Born in Northern Africa, she was married off by her family to a pagan man named Patricius, even though she was a Christian. Patricius was an adulterer, […]

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Mary Honored as the Queen of Heaven in Stained Glass

The Queenship of the Blessed Virgin Mary Depicted in Stained Glass As The Queen of Heaven was crowned by Jesus and Almighty God Himself, the Blessed Virgin Mary’s Coronation is celebrated by Catholics everywhere on a special feast day to honor this event on August 27. Named The Queen of Heaven or Queen of Angels […]

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Stained Glass Windows featuring Saint Clare of Assisi

Feast of St. Clare Celebrated August 11 Born Chiara Offreduccio in 1194, in Assisi, Italy, St. Clare became one of the few women leaders in the early Christian church. As a very young girl, she became devoted to the works of Saint Francis of Assisi, who mentored her, and made a promise to herself that […]

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Stained Glass Depictions of The Transfiguration of the Lord

The Transfiguration of the Lord “”He was transfigured before them. And his face did shine as the sun: and his garments became white as snow.” Matthew 17:2 The transfiguration of the Lord is one of the most significant days in Christian history, celebrated each year on August 6. A milestone in the life of Christ, […]

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Saint Kateri Tekakwitha Celebrated in Stained Glass

Stained Glass Representing St. Kateri Tekakwitha Saint Kateri Tekakwitha was canonized a saint on October 21, 2012, the first female Native American saint. Born in 1656 to a Mohawk chief in what is now central New York state, Kateri Tekakwitha grew up in the Mohawk tradition, but under the influence of her Christian Algonquin mother. Her […]

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Special Occasion Stained Glass

Stained Glass for Your Special Occasion When Mike and Mary Beth planned their wedding in a lovely country chapel, they were delighted to find that, although the chapel had a regular congregation and weekly services, the beautiful stained glass windows featured custom designed wedding themes that created a special ambiance during their ceremony. You may […]

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Saint Thomas the Apostle in Stained Glass

Saint Thomas the Apostle’ Feast Day is July 3 Saint Thomas the Apostle, one of the twelve disciples of Jesus, is traditionally known as “Doubting Thomas” because of his reservations when he heard that Jesus had risen from the grave after crucifixion. He refused to believe until he saw and felt the nail wounds in […]

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The Sacred Heart of Jesus is Featured in Stained Glass

Sacred Heart of Jesus Celebrated on June 27 “Who is there who would not love this wounded heart? Who would not love in return Him, who loves so much?” Saint Bonaventure Jesus’ heart is a worldwide symbol for undying, unconditional and divine love and compassion, and the Sacred Heart of Jesus has become a sacred […]

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Saint Aloysius Gonzaga Honored in Stained Glass

Stunning Stained Glass highlighting Saint Aloysius Gonzaga Catholics believe that the first words spoken by baby Luigi Gonzaga at his wealthy family’s northern Italian home of Castiglione were “Jesus” and “Mary.” That baby grew to become Saint Aloysius Gonzaga, whose feast day is celebrated on June 21. Deciding early on that he wished to be […]

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