Tag: Religious Stained Glass

Religion and Stained Glass

Stained Glass in the Church of Saint Severin, depicting Jesus taken from the Cross on the lap of Mother Mary

Stained glass windows have long been a hallmark of spiritual spaces. Not only do they connect congregations to their faith, but they add a resonant beauty to contemporary spiritual practices. While their beauty can steal the show, these windows are more than just decoration – they embody a rich heritage of storytelling and symbolism, and even… Read more »

Why Religious Buildings Continue to Use Stained Glass

Religious woman in a church looking at the light shining through a stained glass window

Stained glass windows have been a traditional part of religious architecture for decades and continue to be incorporated into the modern church, temple, and mosque designs today. They have a rich history of visual symbolism and offer many practical benefits to the people surrounded by their invigorating beauty. On account of the complex artistry involved,… Read more »