Window 8 : The Window of Sacraments depicts the Sacrament of the Eucharist, Confirmation and the Sacrament of the Priesthood. Dominant in the western windows is the Holy Spirit. The Spirit is the Life and Unity of the Church.

Window 9 : The Window of Pentecost depicts the descent of the Holy Spirit on the Apostles and Mary. This is the Birthday of the Church.

Window 10 : The Window of the Evangelists is the depiction of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John.

Window 11 : The Window of the Saints Through the Ages depicts various un-named Saints of the Church. This window depicts all of the known and unknown Saints. Hopefully, the window depicts Parishioners who are with the Lord.

Window 12: The Window of the Modern Saints depicts St. John Neumann, the First American Male Saint. He was the First Bishop of Philadelphia. The scene depicts his arrival from Europe by ship and his devotion to the Blessed Sacrament. The second scene depicts St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, the First American Saint. She founded an Order of the Sisters of Charity. She was involved with Catholic Religious Education and worked on the battle field of the Civil War. The last figure is St. Maximillian Kolbe. He was a Polish Priest who gave his life in a German concentration camp in place of another man.

Window 13 : The Church of Minerva window depicts the Parish Church and all of the people gathered for worship.

Window 14 : The Window of the Heavenly Jerusalem depicts the Church of the East, Rome and Heaven.


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