The stained glass windows in the Cathedral were created by Charles J. Connick and Associates of Boston, and Willet Stained Glass Studio of Philadelphia. Each series of windows illustrates a story. The chancel windows tell of significant events in the life of Jesus. The large nave windows depict major figures of the Old and New Testaments. The lower nave windows follow the history of the Christian church up to the time of local Inland Northwest events.
Visitors often ask about the plain windows, which have sections that are somewhat colored, but don't match the other stained glass windows. These are placeholder windows. They are waiting for generous donors to provide the glass that will tell more of the stories of our faith.
For more information about the windows, see this document.