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Stained Glass Windows

The stained glass windows at Holy Family Cathedral are copies of windows created in Munich, Germany by the Royal Bavarian Art Institute. Although the original windows were destroyed in World War II, copies may be seen around the world.

These windows were made in the United States and installed in 1913 and 1914 as the church was built. They are a combination of painted glass and of stained glass in the style of the Tiffany Studios.


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