The third Glorious Mystery is Pentecost. Fifty days after Easter, Jesus sent the Holy Spirit to the disciples to lead them in spreading Christianity. We believe the Holy Spirit also divinely inspired the four Gospels. The four people represent Mathew, Mark, Luke and John the writers of the Gospels. You can see the flames over each of their heads.
The window pane photos are of a dove and flame, the traditional symbols of the Holy Spirit. The dove is seen again in the rose window at the front of the church.
The south walls of the church (Rectory side) depict scenes of the five Glorious Mysteries.
The third of these mysteries is the Descent of the Holy Spirit, which we also celebrate
on Pentecost (and Confirmation). The Holy Spirit is often depicted in the form of a Dove or
Tongues of Fire and both of these symbols can be seen at the base of this window.