In Catholic churches, since ancient times, stained glass windows have told stories for those who could not read. In the early church the priest would read from the Bible to the masses, and then with the onset of the stained glass windows, the stories from the Bible would come alive. As in most stained glass windows, each would depict a specific time in Jesus' life, the parables, the disciples, and of course there are many depicting our Blessed Mother Mary, along with the sacraments and saints of the Church.
When the idea of updating our inside windows of the church to the stained glass film, we were pleasantly surprised at the outpouring of support for this project. In a short period, all the monies needed were donated, and the new frames were constructed, the old frames and inside windows were taken out, and the new tempered glass ordered along with the stained glass film.
You can see the inside of the church is complete, and it looks beautiful, with 13 inside windows complete, and five more on order. The five will be placed on each side of the main entrance doors, with one more going over by the gathering area. We would like to thank all the men who helped place the film onto the tempered glass, along then with placing them into the new framework in less all of you who donated to help our church tell a story.