Gallery of Saint Luke’s Windows – Table of Contents
The windows were designed and fabricated by Michaudel Stained Glass Studio, 542 N. Paulina St. Chicago, IL. Arthur Michaudel died before the project was completed. Edmund Serbicki took over the firm and completed the windows.
Alfonso Ianelli, a local artist, encouraged the congregation to consider adding color to the sanctuary. Most of the windows were installed in the years immediately following World War II. In the 1980’s the stained glass windows were removed and re-leaded and aluminum frames replaced the wooden ones.
Interpretation for a few of the symbols in these windows is attributed to © 2000 Walter E. Gast All rights reserved.
Detailed description of the iconography of the windows is found on each window’s page:
|Sanctuary Windows – West Wall (Old Testament)
Sanctuary Windows – East Wall (New Testament)
Jesus Window – North Wall
Saint Luke Window – South Wall
|Balcony Windows – The Windows of Struggle
Creation Window – Atrium
Processional Cross (illuminated by the Jesus window)