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As we enter the Main Church, we are struck by the majesty of the windows. The theme of the church is openness. We are transported mystically into an atmosphere of the Divine. The windows lead us through salvation history from creation to the heavenly Jerusalem, and the slanting floor and rising ceiling cast our immediate attention on the hand carved Crucifix and Altar of Sacrifice. The windows were fabricated by the Rudolf Rohn Company of Pittsburgh. Some of the colors in the windows have not been used for fifty years. The Crucifix that hangs on the large window was hand carved in Ortesi, Italy by Mr. Edmund Rabonser.

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