Meditations on the Windows of St. Thomas'
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The stained and painted glass windows in St. Thomas' Episcopal Church, Rochester, NY, remind us of the radiance of God’s glory and of his manifold gifts of grace. The windows illustrate the theme, “the great I am,” as found in the Gospel according to John. Each windows contains a different symbol: a lantern, a shepherd’s staff, a crown, water coming from a mountain, and many other symbols of our faith. But what do these symbols mean? Why are they important? How can they help us understand Jesus, his life, and his message of hope and salvation? This book will help you learn about the symbols in the windows and come to understand their meanings.
- Publication Date
- Jun 4, 2008
- Religion & Spirituality
- All Rights Reserved - Standard Copyright License
- By (author): Denise Pieratti
- Interior Color
- Small Landscape (9 x 7 in / 229 x 178 mm)