St. Isidore Historical Plaza

Immaculate Heart of Mary

Window- Immaculate Heart of Mary

location: facade, south-side window
size: 59" x 34.5"
damage: possible reparations to background rhombus glass
dedication: IN MEMORY OF MY PARENTS ALBERT & MARY ANN DUGGAN
background: pastel colored diamonds (rhombuses)
frame: thick double blue lines, with a red inner stripe and a purple outer stripe, all divided by red squares and four-leaf clovers (?)
description: Immaculate Heart of Mary (or Sacred Heart of Mary), surrounded by a crown of white roses (?), stabbed from back to front by a long sword, dripping blood from exit wound, and with flames on top. Mary touches her heart, and wears a pink dress with white cloth over her head (both embroidered). She has a golden halo behind her head.
meaning: The pierced wound indicates her sorrows, the flames her various types of love, and flowers (roses?) of devotion.