The clerestory windows are easy to overlook. Don't. They're well worth a stiff neck, having been salvaged from the parish's first church, built in the 1860's.
The lighting fixtures date to from the 1920's.
It's interesting how what I call Toledo's Great Triumvirate, the three Irish parishes, each have a very special quality in the lighting. St. Patrick's has a silvery glow, probably due to the color of the walls and the light from so many big windows. Good Shepherd has an atmosphere of absolute clarity, which accentuates every detail. Immaculate Conception has a golden glow, from the warm, buff brick and the yellow windows. Take a good look at all three ( They're well worth visiting ) and see if you don't agree.