WindowBuilding Name: Adrian Dominican Motherhouse-Holy Rosary Chapel , Madden Hall & Weber Center
City: Adrian, MI
Window Shape: 5 (gothic arched, 2 vertical sections)
Subject/Title of Window: St. Antoninus of Florence
Brief Description of Subject: Bishop and Confessor, 1389-1459 The Presentation of Jesus in the Temple St. Antoninus is standing and is clothed in the Dominican habit wearing the mitre as a sign of his episcopacy. He is holding a palm branch in his hand signifying that as a confessor he is a peacemaker between the penitent and God. The bottom of the window shows Mary in the Temple presenting the Child Jesus to the priest, Zachary. The background of the window is light blue. There is a dark blue border around the entire frame of the window with little gold triangles around the interior edges of the border. There are thirty-one triangles in the egdes of the border.
Type of Glass and Technique: Opalescent Glass, Lead Came, Copper Foil
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