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Our Lady of Grace, Dearborn Heights, Michigan

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Building Name: Redford Avenue Presbyterian Church

City: Detroit

Window Shape: 2 (rectangle)

Date of Window: 1956

Subject/Title of Window: Holy Week; Resurrection

Brief Description of Subject: Rectangular window in eight panels. Left side shows scenes from Holy Week. Right side scenes after the Resurrection.
Left side, bottom: Palm Sunday. Jesus rides into Jerusalem followed by admiring crowds and watched by scornful Pharisees. Lower center: St. Mary Magdalene anoints Our Lord's feet, while Judas complains. Upper center: Jesus, whip in hand, drives the money-changers out of the Temple. Top: The Agony in Gethsemane. Jesus kneels in center. An angel appears to Him holding a cup top right. Below the angel, Ss. Peter, James Major, and John the Evangelist sleep. At right, Judas arrives with the guards.
Right side, bottom: Jesus appears to St. Mary Magdalene, who kneels before Him. Lower center: Jesus breaks bread for two of His disciples in Emmaus. Upper center: Jesus shows His wounds to St.. Thomas, who kneels before Him. Three Apostles at table look on. Top: Jesus sends his disciples [four shown] into the world to preach the Gospel.
Window made by Marguerite Gaudin, of Willet Studios, Philadelphia, PA. Protected on outside by glass since installation.

Condition of Window: fair, some sagging

Height: 8 ft 4 in

Width: 5 ft 3 in

Type of Glass and Technique: Antique or Cathedral Glass, Lead Came

Holy Week; Resurrection
Holy Week; Resurrection
Holy Week; Resurrection - Cartoon
Holy Week; Resurrection - Cartoon

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