Rosary Windows
 

Installed at Holy Trinity Catholic Church in Gainesville, Virginia in 2007,
these twenty stained glass windows by Ronald Neill Dixon
comprise the first collection of windows to illustrate all the mysteries of the rosary
since Pope John Paul II instituted the Luminous Mysteries in 2002!

Here we present all twenty windows, accompanied by their scriptural references.

Click Here for instructions on How to Pray the Rosary.

Click on the images below to enlarge and begin the slideshow.

Window designs ©2007 Dixon Studio.
Photographs ©2011 Rassi Borneo / Time Line Media.

  


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