On the north wall are the eight great windows representing the flow of life in the world, from alpha to omega, from the beginning of all things in God to the end of all things in Him. The ‘red’ power of God is seen against dark ‘grey’ mystery. The eye of God looks on the mingling colours of spiritual and physical life. The church (a boat) appears far under the red of God’s power. God’s design appears even in betrayal (the cock). Again the blended colours of life flow into each other, seldom clear. The sacrament of the Eucharist appears in terms that prairie man can understand: the wheat of the Host on the blue of the ‘receiver.’ And so life ends as it began, in the omega of God, red power against deep mystery.
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