“Each of which is nearly 19 feet across, it’s a circle, so it’s hundreds of square feet of glass and now this past year we raised money for 18 additional smaller windows,” Father Ubel said.
Where would one find a vendor that could handle such a monumental task? The church asked local company Gaytee-Palmer to bring its over 100 years of experience to the project. The windows are soaked, cleaned, disassembled, releaded and reinstalled – each offering inspiration that will last at least another hundred years.
“If you take the time to look at them, to reflect, God’s light shines through in such beautiful and many ways,” Father Ubel said.
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