Historic Images of Royal Oak, D. Penney, 2001



The lantern windows at the Shrine of the Little Flower, are 64 in number, 2-1/2 feet by 5 feet. They are the high blue/purple windows seen in the top-center picture. These five friezes repeat around the sanctuary. They are bronze grills supported by oak frames. Left to right, top: Fleur-de-lis, the ornate ceiling of the sanctuary (painted 1994) over the Baldachin, passion flower of St. Therese; Left to right, bottom: symbols of the Father (hand), the Son (lamb), and the Holy Spirit (dove). Graphics courtesy of Dorothy Sheldon.



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