Sunday, January 28, 2007

Immaculate Conception, Old South End

If there's one thing about my parish church that could possibly have been done better, it's the windows. I've just never cared for that yellowish fawn color. ( The ones in the apse are almost orange. ) Still, they could be worse. The panels with pictures make up for a lot. This one is St. John. He's flanked by two smaller panels with flowers. The transept windows have much larger panels, one of the Resurrection and one of the Nativity. They're both first rate. In the apse are three windows. The center one has Our Lady and the ones on the sides show the Ark of the Covenant and a tabernacle.

1 comment:

Hooda Thunkit said...

Jeffery,

I see what you mean, especially with the walls being ~ yellowish brick.