(Designed by Father Methodius Telnack, O.C.S.O)
Over the Altar
The rose window is Jesus, the Divine Mercy, from Sister Faustina’s vision. The three right windows represent the seed, which becomes the wheat, which becomes the bread, which is the Body of Christ. The three left windows represent the water, which becomes the grape, which produces the wine, which is the Blood of Christ.
In the Clerestory
(Windows in the upper portion of the walls to supply natural light.)
The front four windows on either side of the clerestory are based on the hymn “Mary the Dawn” written by Paul Cross in 1949.
Right side (1st – 4th)
Mary the Dawn
Christ the Perfect Day
Mary the Gate
Christ the Heavenly Way
Left side (1st – 4th)
Christ the Rose blood-red Mary the Rose – tree
Christ the Have’s Rest Christ the Beacon
The back five windows on either side are based on invocations in the “Litany of the Sacred Heart, promises of the Sacred Heart.
Right side (5th – 9th)
Heart of Jesus, in whom are all the treasures of wisdom & knowledge
Heart of Jesus, desire of the everlasting hills
Heart of Jesus, formed by the Spirit in the womb of the Virgin Mother
Heart of Jesus, king and center of all hearts
Heart of Jesus, in whom dwells the fullness of divinity
Left side (5th – 9th)
Heart of Jesus, pierced with a lance Heart of Jesus, our life and reconciliation
Heart of Jesus, abode of justice and love Heart of Jesus, tabernacle of the Most High
Heart of Jesus, fountain of life and holiness
Stained Glass Throughout the Churchfrom the original sanctuary)
The areas set crosswise to the nave in a cruciform (cross-shaped) church.
Right Transept / Day Chapel
(from left to right)
Lamb of God Sacred Heart Nativity Jesus w/ Children Loaves and Fishes – Wedding Feast at Cana- Good Samaritan
(from left to right)
Last Supper, Jesus Praying in the Garden, Crucifixion, Resurrection; Mary, Mother of Sorrows
Sacred Heart (visible from outside)
Jesus teaching in the Temple (entry, right)
Jesus with the Children (entry, left)
Easter Lilies (either side of Columbarium door)
The current sanctuary was consecrated in November 2003 by Bishop Gossman.
This page is dedicated to the generous Parishioners of Sacred Heart who made this possible, and particularly to the Building Committee, their chairperson, Bob Kleid, and Father J. Douglas Lawson.