MEMORIAL TO: Catherine Miller Repp (1867–1941), William A. Repp (1856–1942)
GIVEN BY: Their daughter, Winifrede Repp Railey (1890–1972)
DESIGNED BY: Charles J. Connick (1875–1945)
FABRICATED BY: Charles J. Connick Studios, Boston Massachusetts
INSTALLED: September 1943
DEDICATED: September 19, 1943
- This window presents Christ symbolized by a lamb, whose sacrificial death represents victory.
- The white lamb symbolizes purity, and the ruby field is the color of divine love. The surrounding blues represent heavenly contemplation.
- The surrounding medallions represent the nine fruits of the spirit (Galatians 6:22–23).
- This window was designed to symbolize God’s love and goodness, present in a troubled world.