According to the brochure, the windows were made in Munich, Germany and were installed in 1908. The windows on the sides of the nave feature the Beatitudes. The top portion depicts a Benedictine saint displaying that virtue with the bottom part depicting the corresponding scene from the Old Testament. Then there are some words at the bottom, which are the full Beatitudes in Latin with the corresponding verse.
First the Rose Windows!
The Center is a hand with 3 fingers to represent the Trinity.
Going clockwise from the top:
St. Matthew, St. Mark. St. Luke, St. John
Daniel, Ezekiel, Isaiah, Jeremiah
Jesus, the Alpha and the Omega
Window above Main Doors:
Jesus, the Good Shepherd
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Windows from the Nave:
Blessed Are They That Suffer;
Persecuted for Justice Sake
Top: St. Gregory the VII
Bottom: Daniel in the Lion's Den
Blessed Are the Peacemakers
Top: ?? Has a coronet on.
Bottom: Abraham takes Isaac to be sacrificed.
Blessed are the Poor in Spirit
Top: St. Peter (???)
Bottom: Job 1:12 and Job 42:10-16
Blessed Are the Clean of Heart
Top: St. Going to Heaven...maybe St. Benedict
Bottom: Joseph meets Pharaoh
Close Up of the Above Window
I like the rainbow around Jesus
Crucifixion of Jesus
Bottom: Adam and Eve being tossed out Garden of Eden
Blessed are the Merciful
Pope crashes the Last Supper
Bottom: Tobais 1:2
Blessed are the Meek
St. Barbus (??)
Bottom: Numbers 12:1-13
Blessed Are They That Mourn
Bottom: Lamentations and Jeremiah I-4
Blessed Are Those That Hunger and Thirst for Justice
Bottom: Maccabees (??)
Windows found elsewhere:
St. Alphanaus (??, sp????)
Jesus is in a boat on the bottom.
St. Lawrence (left) standing on a grill.
St. Stephen (right) holding rocks.
St. Bruno, St. ??, St. Francis, St. Dominic
St. Francisca Roma (?) and St. Bishop
St. Explorer (??) and St. Henry II of the Holy Roman Empire?
It's a Pope.
St. Francis de Sales, St. Alphonsis Ligori, St. Ignatius Loyola, St. Vincent de Paul