St. Paul's - Table of Contents

2009 Eleven Richmond Chapel Windows - St. Paul Episcopal Cathedral
128 Pearl Street, Buffalo, NY 1899
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Studio:

St. Paul's Farewell to The Elders of Ephesus at Miletus

John Hardman & Co. of England1889

St. Paul Confirms His Disciples

Henry Wynd Young Studio 1925

St. Paul Before Agrippa

Henry Wynd Young Studio 1925

St. Paul and Silas at Lystra

Henry Wynd Young Studio 1925

St. Paul Baptizes Lydia

Henry Wynd Young Studio 1925

Archangel Gabriel

Henry Wynd Young Studio 1925

Archangel Michael

Henry Wynd Young Studio 1925

Archangel Uriel

Henry Wynd Young Studio 1925

Supper at Emmaus

Tiffany Studios1932

Christ Blessing the Little Children

Charles J. Connick Associates of Boston1956

Cathedral Boys

Charles J. Connick Associates of Boston1949

Stained Glass - Table of Contents

 

St. Paul
In the west St. Paul and St. Peter are considered the two most important apostles. Saint Paul was a Hellenistic Jew who called himself the "Apostle to the Gentiles" (Romans 11:13, Galatians 2:8). According to the Acts of the Apostles, his conversion took place on the road to Damascus. Thirteen epistles in the New Testament are attributed to Paul. Paul's influence on Christian thinking arguably has been more significant than any other New Testament author.

Since at least the fourth century St. Paul has been portrayed with a long, pointed beard and a receding hairline. His attributes are the sword he was killed with and a closed book representing the epistles that he wrote. Sometimes instead of a book we will see St. Paul holding a letter or a whole sheaf of letters representing the epistles.


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St. Paul's Farewell

St. Paul's Farewell

St. Paul's Farewell

St. Paul's Farewell

St. Paul's Farewell to The Elders of Ephesus at Miletus

Angels - St. Paul's Farewell to The Elders of Ephesus at Miletus

 


St. Paul's Farewell to The Elders of Ephesus at Miletus - Detail

 

 

 




St. Paul's Farewell to The Elders of Ephesus at Miletus - Detail

 

 

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Stained Glass Windows -
Table of contents

       

St. Paul Confirms

St. Paul Confirms

St. Paul Confirms

St. Paul Confirms

St. Paul Confirms His Disciples - Detail

St. Paul iconography

 

Angels

       

St. Paul Before Agrippa

St. Paul Before Agrippa

St. Paul Before Agrippa

St. Paul Before Agrippa

St. Paul Before Agrippa - Detail

 

 

Angels

     

St. Paul Before Agrippa - Artist Henry W. Young's  signature

     

 

     

St. Paul and Silas

St. Paul and Silas

St. Paul and Silas



St. Paul and Silas at Lystra

St. Paul and Silas at Lystra - Detail


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in WNY

       

St. Paul Baptizes Lydia

St. Paul Baptizes Lydia

St. Paul Baptizes Lydia

St. Paul Baptizes Lydia

St. Paul Baptizes Lydia

St. Paul Baptizes Lydia - Detail

 

 




St. Paul Baptizes Lydia - Detail

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Angels

Angels

Angels

Angels

Three Archangels

Archangel Gabriel

Archangel Michael

Archangel Uriel

 

 

 

 

Supper at Emmaus

Supper at Emmaus

Supper at Emmaus

Supper at Emmaus

Supper at Emmaus
Pronounced: ee MAY is

Supper at Emmaus - Detail

 

 



Supper at Emmaus - Detail

 

 


 

 

 

 

Christ Blessing the Little Children

Christ Blessing the Little Children

Christ Blessing the Little Children

Christ Blessing the Little Children

Christ Blessing the Little Children

Designed by Charles J. Connick Associates of Boston

 

 

 

 

Christ Blessing the Little Children - Detail

 

 

 

Cathedral Boys

Cathedral Boys

Cathedral Boys

Cathedral Boys

Cathedral Boys

 

 

Designer signature: Charles J. Connick Associates of Boston


Special thanks to The Very Rev. N. DeLiza Spangler, Dean of St. Paul's Cathedral, for her cooperation in May 2009

Photos taken May 2009
Photos and their arrangement 2009
Chuck LaChiusa
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