Immaculate Conception's Stained Glass Windows
There are 17 stained glass windows depicting Saints favored in Irish devotions in Immaculate Conception Church. Two are hidden by the cry room and Reconciliation room. The exact origin of these windows is unknown, although it is believed they were made in Cincinnati, Ohio. Protective glass was added on the outside in 1985. They are considered to be irreplaceable and priceless. Each of the 14 side windows of the Saints has two parts. The upper section depicts a Catholic saint. The lower section contains a Catholic symbol. The borders of the lower section contain dogwood flowers with the nails of the cross between the petals. Click on a window below to see that window and a brief description of the Saint.
Above the Altar in the Apse: St. Francis Xavier, The Immaculate Conception, Virgin Mary. Side Windows (front to back). East Side (left side facing the altar): St. Bridget, St. Rose of Lima, St. George,
St. Anne, St. Michael the Archangel, St. Patrick .West Side (right side facing the altar); St. Margaret Mary, St. Jeanne de Chantal, St. Rosamund, Unnamed Bishop, St. Catherine of Alexandria, Mary, Mother of God .
Acknowledgement: The descriptions of the stained glass windows were prepared by Carole Wunderlich.