The chancel stained glass window

The chancel stained glass windows

These three stained glass windows made in 1862 are the work of the famous Lobin de Tours Workshop.

  • The central stained glass window represents a virgin bearing the Infant Jesus who is holding a book. In the medaillon, it is a representation of the Annunciation.
  • The left stained glass window shows the Virgin receiving the Holy Spirit in the form of a dove. Under her feet Adam and Eve are chased from Paradise.
  • The right stained glass window represents Mary receiving a crown held by two angels.

These stained glass windows highlight the importance of the cult of the Virgin Mary in the 19th century and are in connection with the name of the church dedicated to Notre Dame.