St. Stanislaus is getting a rosier outlook

Date: 11 October 2011
Let there be beautifully filtered light.Three 40-foot, stained-glass rose windows are being installed at St.

Stanislaus Catholic Church. The installation is part of a project to replace the massive 26,250- square-foot, Gothic-style church's clear windows with stained glass.

Opened in 2009, the church was originally planned to be built with stained-glass windows already installed. But costs and other factors prevented its completion at the time.

Classic Door & Glass out of San Diego created the intricate hand-stained designs with glass custom-made from world-famous Kokomo Opalescent Glass in Indiana. Classic Door & Glass owner and designer Pamela Sanford worked with the church's architect and has been consulting with the parish since 2000.

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