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St. Lawrence Catholic Church
Fairhope, Alabama

Founded in 1991 to produce the works of Ronald Neill Dixon, the eponymous studio was awarded its first commission by Rev. Brendan Keller who had appreciated the designer's talent during his tenure at the Winebarger Church Furnishing Company.

Located in Fairhope, Alabama, on Mobile Bay, St. Lawrence Catholic Church was a new construction project.

Dixon's design of the patron saint and the four Gospels graces the window wall in the narthex, reaching 24 ft. high.

A similar window of the Risen Christ is seen over the sanctuary at the opposite end of the church.

Smaller symbol and figure windows are seen throughout the worship space.

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