The stained glass windows that grace our Bishop Manogue Christ the Teacher Chapel, are more than simply a marvel of beauty, but a rich history and incredible story of faithfulness.
Crafted in 1957 by young teenage Hungarian sisters, Isabel and Edith Piczek, these stained glass windows have been preserved throughout the moves of the Manogue campus expansion with care and kept in pristine condition. When the BMCHS landed in our final home at our current campus location, the need for more stained windows to adorn the expanded Chapel were needed. Who else fitting to craft these new windows than the original architects from 1957, the Hungarian sisters, who were now in the twilight of their life fashioned the new windows.
For detailed timeline of our Christ the teacher Chapel, please click here.