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The highest beauty of the new Christ the King Chapel will be the Eucharistic Presence of our Lord and His people gathered there to worship. Through the Sacred Art Project, we seek to glorify the kingship of Christ by adorning His dwelling place with sacred art that reflects His majesty. Just as the Immaculate Heart of Mary, in her humility, was crowned Queen of Heaven and Earth, the Project will crown our chapel and campus with beautiful art that represents the beauty of the unseen spiritual realities that are at the center of our educational apostolate. The Project will feature new artwork crafted to reflect the timeless traditions found in the great cathedrals of Western Europe.

Additionally, the project will

carefully restore traditional sacred art rescued from abandoned historic churches throughout the United States. The sacred art adorning our chapel will raise the hearts and minds of our academic community to Heaven and pay homage to the great artistic traditions of our Western patrimony.

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About the Chapel

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The new Christ the King Chapel will provide much needed space for our growing student body. Constructed at the highest point of our campus it will serve as our the spiritual, intellectual, and social heart of our academic community. This is the most ambitious building project we have ever undertaken. The new bell tower and spires will rise out of the valley along the shores of the Shenandoah River on our campus. The chapel will be visible for miles and serve as the outward expression of our role as the standard for fidelity and authentic liberal arts education with Christ at the center of all we do.

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Chapel Craftsmen Architects O’Brien & Keane is a full-service architecture firm in Virginia, offering more than 20 years of experience in building design, interior design, and land planning services to a broad spectrum of clients. They specialize in school and traditional Catholic church architecture, and provide full architectural and engineering services for major new facilities as well as church renovation in Virginia and the surrounding area, building additions, and adaptive reuse projects.

S ta i n e d G l a s s Wi n d o w s Beyer Studio was founded by Joseph and Rita Beyer in 1980. The studio offers a full range of services in stained glass, including design and fabrication of new windows, restoration of existing windows, consultation about protection glazing and framing and more than ten years of experience in the adaptive reuse of historic stained glass windows for new churches.

Pipe Organ Kegg Pipe Organ Builders was establish in 1985 by Charles Kegg to address the needs of those institutions that desire an electric action instrument of high quality design and construction, coupled with the tonal skill and care that can only be accomplished with proper training. Mr. Kegg trained for eleven years with Schantz, Casavant, and A.R. Schopp’s Sons, and is responsible for the final voicing of many Schantz and Casavant instruments ranging in size from 4 to 132 ranks. It became clear to him that there was a need in the industry for a builder of electric action instruments that were intelligently designed to bring careful chest design, pipe scaling, and voicing to a segment of the industry that frequently neglected these important steps. The goal of the company is to continue to offer uncompromising instruments at fair and reasonable costs to those organizations that desire a truly musical instrument.


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“ All I need is a quiet corner where I can talk to God each day as if there were nothing else to do. ” — ST. TERESA BENEDICTA OF THE CROSS

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Th e C h a p e l o f O u r L a d y This special chapel in honor of Our Lady resides just behind the high altar of repose and will serve as a place of quiet prayer and devotion to the Mother of God. This chapel will include: • Marble altar of repose from the original Chapel • A pair of angels flanking the altar of repose from the original Chapel • Breathtaking set of four rescued and restored stained glass windows of Our Lady’s life (circa 1900, by Tyrolese Glass Art Company of Innsbruck, Austria)— approximately 14 feet high x 3.5 feet wide

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The Chapel of Our Lady will feature four restored windows made by the Tyrolese Glass Art Company of Innsbruck, Austria (pictured right). This firm was formally recognized with an honorary Papal title. Its work was first seen in America at the Centennial Exposition of 1876. Four scenes from the life of the Virgin are represented in the gorgeous color and beautiful draftsmanship that were this studio’s hallmark. Once removed from Immaculate Heart of Mary Church in Chester, PA, the windows will undergo a painstaking restoration by the Beyer Studio, which will make them appear just as they did at the turn of the 20th century. Dedication inscriptions in hand-painted calligraphy fired into imported glass will remind future generations of this generous gift of art.

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Shrine to St. Joseph

Defender of the Domestic Church

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• Large image of St. Joseph with the baby Jesus • Wood rail surrounding shrine • Kneelers or altar rail with votive candles for use by the faithful Dedications for $250,000 include: 1. Custom dedication plaque on the wall near the shrine 2. Featured name on the chapel narthex memorial paque 09/09/20


Side Chapels The North and South Transepts will each feature two smaller chapels as places for quiet prayer and private devotion, as follows:

1. Side Chapel of the Sacred Heart of Jesus 2. Side Chapel of the Crucifix (CLAIMED) 3. Side Chapel of Our Lady of Fatima 4. Side Chapel of Divine Mercy

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Side Chapel of Divine Mercy The South Transept will feature a Side Chapel dedicated to the Divine Mercy devotion across from a Side Chapel honoring Our Lady of Fatima. The main statue niche in the South Transept will also feature an image of Divine Mercy. On either side of the Divine Mercy chapel will be two large nave windows featuring an image of St. John Paul II and an image of St. Mother Teresa This exquisite Chapel of Divine Mercy will include: • Altar of sacrifice • A display of the chalice and paton given to Christendom College by St. John Paul II • Large central image of St. John Paul II, depicting the image displayed in St. Peter’s at his canonization (see image to right) • Side window with image of St. Faustina (7’ 2” x 2’ 6”) • Side window with image of St. Maximilian Kolbe (7’ 2” x 2’ 6”) • Circular stained glass window above the altar depicting St. John Paul II’s papal shield (3’ diamaeter) • Set of 6 altar candles • Kneeler or altar rail with votive candles for use by the faithful

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Image for illustrative purposes only. Final image or statue may vary depending on availability and final design.

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Side Chapel of O u r L a d y o f Fat i m a The South Transept will also feature a Side Chapel dedicated to Our Lady of Fatima, the patroness of Christendom College. This chapel will honor Our Blessed Mother’s blessing of Christendom College with her maternal immaculate heart and will recall Our Lady’s great message for our time, calling for reparation from a hostile secular world bent on destruction. Christendom College was born out of her cry to spread the message of the gospel to a world in need.

Altar – likely a restored altar from another Church (includes dedication plaque on side of altar)

$125,000

7’2 x 2’6 side window with image of Lucia, Jacinta, and Francisco (includes dedication on the window)

$125,000

7’2 x 2’6 side window with image of the angel of the Eucharist (includes dedication on the window) (CLAIMED)

$125,000

Large central statue of Our Lady of Fatima

$50,000

2’ diameter stained glass window above altar with image of the Miracle of the Sun

$50,000

Kneeler or altar rail and set of 6 altar candles

$25,000

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Image for illustrative purposes only. Final image or statue may vary depending on availability and final design.

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Side Chapel of the Crucifix The North Transept will feature a Side Chapel of the Crucifix, which will recall the saving passion of our Lord. The chapel will be located across from a chapel honoring the Sacred Heart. The large statue niche in this transept will feature an image of Christ the King. This exquisite Chapel of the Crucifix will include: • Altar of sacrifice • A relic of the True Cross placed within or beside the chapel. This relic is currently housed in Christendom’s chapel. • Side window with image of St. John at the cross (7’ 2” x 2’ 6”) • Side window with image of Our Lady of Sorrows (7’ 2” x 2’ 6”) • Large beautiful crucifix above the altar • Circular stained glass window above altar of the cross (3’ diameter) • Set of 6 altar candles • Kneeler or altar rail with votive candles for use by the faithful

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Image for illustrative purposes only. Final image or statue may vary depending on availability and final design.

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Side Chapel of the Sacred Heart of Jesus The North Transept will also feature a Side Chapel dedicated to the Sacred Heart of Jesus, across from a Side Chapel dedicated to Our Lady of Fatima. This exquisite Chapel of the Sacred Heart of Jesus will include:

Altar of sacrifice (CLAIMED)

$100,000

7’ 2” x 2’ 6” wide side window with image of St. Margaret Mary Alacoque (CLAIMED)

$150,000

7’ 2” x 2’ 6” wide side window with image of St. Claude de la Colombière - includes additional custom dedication (CLAIMED)

$150,000

Large central statue of Christ revealing his Sacred Heart (CLAIMED)

$50,000

2’ diameter stained glass window above altar with image of the Sacred Heart (CLAIMED)

$25,000

Set of 6 altar candles

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Kneeler or altar rail

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Image for illustrative purposes only. Final image or statue may vary depending on availability and final design.

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B r i d e ’s R o o m

The new Chapel will feature a special “Bride’s Room” to aid in preparation for the many weddings between graduates that take place in our Chapel.

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Sanctuary

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“ Jesus

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Eucharist to be met, loved, received, and consoled. ” — POPE ST. JOHN PAUL II

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Magnificent Marble H i g h A lta r o f R e p o s e About this exquisite altar: • Circa 1900 to 1910 • Hand carved • Made in Italy • 22’ (h) x 18’ (w) x 5’ (d)

Dedications for $750,000 include: 1. Custom dedication plaque inconspicuously affixed to the high Altar of Repose 2. Recognition on chapel narthex memorial plaque

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A lta r o f S a c r i f i c e

About this exquisite altar: • Circa 1900 to 1910 • Hand carved • Made in Italy • 41”(h) x 6’ (w) x 5’ (d)

Dedications for $250,000 include: 1. Custom dedication plaque inconspicuously affixed to the Altar of Sacrifice 2. Recognition on chapel narthex memorial plaque

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Chapel Sanctuary Va r i o u s S a c r e d I t e m s

Beautiful altar rail

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Presider’s chair

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Adoring angels in the altar niches of the main altar

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“ The noble work is bright, but,

being nobly bright, the work should brighten the minds, allowing them to travel through the lights—to the true light, where Christ is the true door. ” — ABBOT SUGER OF ST. DENIS

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Beyer Studio Now in its 37th year, the Beyer Studio was founded by Joseph and Rita Beyer with the intention of achieving a level of quality equal to the great studios of the early 20th Century. Their specialty of relocating historic stained glass began over 25 years ago. Working with various dioceses to find new homes for surplus stained glass, the effort now known as the Sacred Window Rescue Project has relocated many hundreds of windows from Anchorage to Australia. Their work restoring windows from England, France and Germany, as well as America, has greatly influenced their new art windows. Their research into obscure historic techniques has resurrected skills that were all but lost to this artistic medium. The current renaissance in traditional Catholic art and architecture keeps the studio’s staff of 25 artists constantly busy with challenging projects.

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Tr a n s e p t Wi n d o w ( S o u t h ) The south transept of the cross-shaped Christ the King Chapel will feature this beautifully restored window of the Nativity. This majestic 13-by-24-foot window was crafted by the famous F.X. Zettler Studio of Munich, Bavaria, and is an excellent example of this studio’s lush, pictorial style. The unsurpassed quality of Zettler’s work prompted Pope Pius IX to award it a gold medal in 1870, and King Ludwig II to recognize it with the title of Royal Bavarian Art Institute for Pictorial Painting on Glass in 1873. This window was originally crafted for Incarnation Church in Philadelphia in 1923. Now, after 94 years, the window will undergo a comprehensive restoration. The Beyer Studio will completely disassemble it, clean each of the many thousands of pieces of colored and hand-painted glass, and then reassemble the pieces with all new leading.  Rescuing this important work of Catholic art will guarantee its survival in the new Christ the King Chapel. This window will speak to the magnificent humility of our Savior as displayed in the deep mystery of the Incarnation.

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13’ x 24’

Dedications for $500,000 include: 1. Large custom dedication window 2. Recognition on chapel narthex memorial plaque 09/09/20


Tr a n s e p t Wi n d o w ( N o r t h ) Turning toward the North Transept, a glorious scene of the Resurrection of Christ will match the Nativity in brilliance. The new window will be restored by the Beyer Studio to match the quality, beauty, and style of the North Transept window. The Tyrolese Art Glass Co. (TGA) was founded in 1861 and provided stained glass windows for hundreds of Catholic churches in America, employing numerous artists. TGA’s work is rightly considered part of the “Munich School” of stained glass in spite of the fact that it was located in Austria. Munich School windows are characterized by their heavy reliance on dense vitreous glass painting to convey naturalistic scenes of figures in landscapes and interiors, usually surrounded by elaborate Gothic or renaissance canopies. The transept windows, featuring the birth and resurrection of Christ, depict two great liturgical feasts in the Catholic Church: Christmas and Easter.

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N e w Wi n d o w s C u s t o m Wi n d o w w i t h D o n o r S a i n t S e l e c t i o n The expanded nave of our new chapel will feature 12 new aisle windows featuring heroic portraits of modern and ancient saints. Modern in content, but traditional in form, the windows will be handcrafted by the Beyer Studio with the attention to detail and quality that marked the great Munich studios of the 20th century. Donors will have the opportunity to participate in selecting the saint featured in the window, the choice of the image, and the unique experience of following the design process via updates from the Studio. Dedication inscriptions with hand-painted calligraphy fired into imported glass will remind future generations of this generous gift of art. 11 OF 12 CLAIMED (1 MORE AVAILABLE) Dedications for $250,000 include: 1. Choice of saint and image featured in the window 2. Large custom dedication on window 3. Recognition on chapel narthex memorial plaque

Recommended saints include St. Paul, St. Thomas Aquinas, and St. Augustine. Claimed saints include St. John Paul II, St. John the Evangelist, St. John Henry Newman, Martyrs of Otranto, St. Teresa of Calcutta, St. Pio of Pietrelcina, St. Columcille, St. Anne, St. Thomas More, Servant of God Fr. Vincent Capodanno, and St. Therese of Lisieux. 09/09/20


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Martyrs of Otranto — CLAIMED

St. Teresa of Calcutta — CLAIMED 09/09/20


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St. Pio of Pietrelcina — CLAIMED 09/09/20

St. Columcille — CLAIMED


O r i g i n a l Wi n d o w s Wo r k s o f A r t i n G r e a t N e e d o f R e s t o r a t i o n

The nave will prominently feature the rescued existing eight stained glass windows from our current chapel. Originally rescued from the retired Sacred Heart of Jesus Church in Winchester, Virginia, these windows date back to the late 19th century. Each will be completely disassembled, restored, and rebuilt by the Beyer Studio for our new Chapel. In keeping with the tradition of Catholic stained glass, all of the aisle windows will include dedication inscriptions honoring the intention of the windows’ donors.

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painted calligraphy fired into imported glass will remind future generations of this generous gift of art.

Dedications for $150,000 include: 1. Choice of saint and image featured in the window 2. Large custom dedication on window 3. Recognition on chapel narthex memorial plaque

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St. Peter

St. Peter - HELD

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The Blessed Virgin Mary — CLAIMED


The Good Shepherd — CLAIMED

The Baptism of Our Lord — CLAIMED

St. Patrick — CLAIMED

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St. Joseph — CLAIME

St. Joseph — CLAIMED

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St. Anthony

St. Stephen — CLAIMED


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C l e r e s t o r y Wi n d o w s High above the nave will be 68 clerestory windows reflecting the heavenly glory of the Church Triumphant, our heavenly patrons. The windows will flood the interior with natural light, filtered through a rich palette of hand-blown glasses from Germany and France. Pale tints of glass in the traditional Gothic diamond pattern will be the backdrop for a host of Saints, each standing five feet tall and gazing down into the chapel.

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Saints chosen by the donor will be illustrated in period costume and finely rendered in dense colors and exquisite draftsmanship. Surrounding the windows will be borders of red and blue glass and a meandering vine of ivy that climbs up the perimeter of the windows to the peak. Each painted ivy leaf and tendril will be stained with silvernitrate. This ancient technique was discovered in the 13th century and is the reason we call this medium “stained glass� in English. At 1,000 degrees, the silver turns the vine glass a range of golden color from a pale lemon to a deep amber. At the foot of each window will be a large dedication, wherein each family is invited to remember a loved one or honor a family. Their dedications will be handpainted in vitreous glass paint and kiln fired to ensure permanence.

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Clerestory windows already dedicated include images of Our Lady of Montserrat, St. Teresa of Avila, St. Thomas Aquinas, Our Lady of Good Counsel, St. Monica, St. Irene, St Catherine of Siena, St Michael the Archangel, St. Jude, St. Gabriel, St. Ambrose, St. Don Bosco, and Our Lady of La Leche. Recommended saint dedications include: St. Paul, St. Andrew, St. Augustine, Blessed John Henry Newman, St. Ignatius of Loyola, St. Francis de Sales, St. Scholastica, St. Benedicta, St. Andrew, St. Joseph of Cupertino, St. Bernadette, St. Jerome, St. Athanasius, The American Martyrs, The Evangelists, Elizabeth Ann Seton, St. Katherine Drexel, St. Louis and Marie Zélie Martin, St. Francis of Assisi, St. Dominic, Pope St. Leo the Great, and Pope St. Gregory the Great.

6’4” (h) x 2’6” (w)

Dedications for $50,000 include: 1. Choice of saint and image featured in the window 2. Custom dedication inscription on window 3. Recognition on chapel narthex memorial plaque

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C o n f e s s i o n a l Wi n d o w s Four confessional windows will be made in a simple diamond pattern of lightly colored, unpainted mouth blown glasses. A small symbolic medallion will be included in the center of these windows. At the base, a dedication will be rendered in vitreous painted calligraphy.

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S a c r i s t y Wi n d o w Sacristy window will feature a portrait of St. John Vianney, patron saint of priests (recommended).

7’2” (h) x 2’6” (w)

Dedications for $125,000 include: 1. Custom dedication inscription on window 2. Recognition on chapel narthex memorial plaque

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D e d i c at i o n I n s c r i p t i o n Phrasing Suggestions The following inscription suggestions are available for each of the windows to remember your loved ones and preserve your family’s memory in perpetuity. Every day, for many generations to come, students will be praying for you and your loved ones–arguably, until the Lord comes again! • To request prayers for an individual and/or their family: • Please Pray for [donor’s individual name or donor’s family name] e.g. Please Pray for Francis X. Smith, or Please Pray for Francis X. Smith and Family, or Please Pray for Members of the Francis X. Smith Family, or Please Pray for the Smith Family • Donated by [donor’s individual name or donor’s family name] • Given by [donor’s individual name or donor’s family name] • Dedicated by [name or organization] • To honor the memory of deceased parents or relatives: • In Loving Memory of [name(s) of deceased] • To the Glory of God and in Loving Memory of [name(s) of deceased] • Pray for the Soul(s) of [name(s) of deceased] • In Loving Memory of [name(s) of deceased] and in Honor of [name(s) of living] • To request prayers for anonymous donor(s): • Donated/Given/Dedicated by/Please Pray For [a friend/parishioner/member of Church/Parish]

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• If window is being donated in the memory of the donor’s parents and one is deceased and one still living; • In Honor of [e.g. Annemarie and Edward Giannotti] or, • Honoring [e.g. Members of the Mulholland Family] or, • In Loving Memory of [e.g. Hedwig M. Beyer] and in Honor of [e.g. Joseph C. Beyer] • To honor the members of a family or a particular society/organization: • In Honor of [name of family members or society] e.g In Honor of The Knights of Columbus • Honoring [name of family members or society] • Dedicated to [name of family members or society] • Given by Members of the [society or organization name] • To include a scriptural reference: • Include a scriptural reference that corresponds to the stained glass scene, which may or may not be accompanied by the donor’s name. e.g. beneath the scene depicting the Nativity: “And the Word was made flesh, and dwelt among us.” John 1:14 Given by Robert and Clare Fitzgerald

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“ The

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Tr a n s e p t S t a t u e s

The North Transept will feature a statue of Divine Mercy located between the two confessionals at the end of the transept.

The South Transept will feature a large statute or image of Christ the King of the Universe.

Images for illustrative purposes only.

Dedications for $100,000 include: 1. Choice of statue to sponsor 2. Recognition on chapel narthex memorial plaque 09/09/20


R e s to r at i o n o f t h e S tat i o n s o f t h e C ro s s

The new Chapel of Christ the King will preserve the stations in the original chapel, restoring each of them to its original beauty. The stations of the cross came from St. Boniface Parish in Detroit, which was built in in use from 1866 to 1989. The stations were donated to the College by Tom Monaghan in 1990 for use in the original chapel.

CLAIMED Dedications for $10,000 include: 1. Choice of station to restore 2. Recognition on chapel narthex memorial plaque

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S tat u e s o f O u r L a d y a n d S t. Jo s e ph Adorning the Sanctuary

Blessed Virgin Mary - CLAIMED

St. Joseph — CLAIMED

These beautiful statues will be a familiar presence in the sanctuary of the new chapel. Originally rescued from the retired Sacred Heart of Jesus Church in Winchester, Virginia.

CLAIMED Dedications for $50,000 include: 1. Choice of statue to sponsor 2. Recognition on chapel narthex memorial plaque 09/09/20


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Architectural Art

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“ We do not want a church that will move with the world. We

want a church that will move the world. ” — G.K.CHESTERTON

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Fa รง a d e S t e e p l e s

1 OF 2 CLAIMED (1 MORE AVAILABLE) Dedications for $1,000,000 include: 1. Choice of north or south faรงade steeples 2. Discreet dedication plaque on the interior or exterior of the chosen steeple 3. Recognition on chapel narthex memorial plaque 09/09/20


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Th e F i v e W o u n d s o f C h r i s t

The main chapel will remember the sacrifice of Christ the King by marking the floor with exquisite wood inlays representing the five wounds of Christ. The veneration of and devotion to the five wounds is centuries old and will assist the faithful in contemplating the suffering of Christ’s passion. These marks will be located on either side of the main altar, directly in front of the main altar, and at the back of the Chapel.

CLAIMED Dedications for $10,000 each or $50,000 for all 5 include: 1. Choice of wound of Christ to dedicate 2. Recognition on chapel narthex memorial plaque

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Dedications for $50,000 include recognition on chapel narthex memorial plaque

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ARCHITECTURAL ART

Chapel Inscription Art (CLAIMED)

Donors may make possible special inscription artwork that will be featured throughout the Chapel. • Above the entry doors on the outside of the Chapel, the faithful will be greeted by a beautiful inscription reminding them that “This is the house of God. This is the gate of heaven.”) (CLAIMED) • Latin inscription in the interior of the crossing tower on four sides: the words of the Sanctus (CLAIMED) • Traditional Irish farewell prayer inscription upon leaving Church (CLAIMED)

CLAIMED Dedications for $10,000 include: 1. Choice of inscription 2. Recognition on chapel narthex memorial plaque 09/09/20


P ew D e d i c at i o n Donors may honor their loved ones by dedicating a chapel pew that will make it possible for students and other community members to worship in the Chapel. Each pew will feature a tasteful and elegant plaque memorializing a loved one or asking for prayers for the donor and/or his or her family. The plaque will be placed in the center of the pew and will measure 5 x 2 inches.

Dedications for $10,000 include: 1. Choice of memorial or individual/family dedication inscription 2. Choice of cross 3. Recognition on chapel narthex memorial plaque

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ARCHITECTURAL ART

finish and color may vary

Cross Choices:

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Index Opportunity

Section

Subsection

Dedication

Claimed?

The Chapel of Our Lady - Chapel and Windows

Chapels

The Chapel of Our Lady

$2,000,000

The Chapel of Our Lady - Chapel Plaque

Chapels

The Chapel of Our Lady

$1,000,000

The Chapel of Our Lady - Four Marian Windows

Chapels

The Chapel of Our Lady

$1,000,000

Faรงade Steeple

Architechtural Art

$1,000,000

Faรงade Steeple

Architechtural Art

$1,000,000

Magnificent Marble High Altar of Repose

Sanctuary

$750,000

Side Chapel of St. John Paul

Chapels

Magnificent Thurible

Sanctuary

Side Chapel of Our Lady of Fatima

Chapels

$500,000

Side Chapel of Divine Mercy

Chapels

$500,000

Side Chapel of the Crucifix

Chapels

$500,000

Transept Window (North) - Nativity

Windows

$500,000

Transept Window (South) - Resurrection of Christ

Windows

$500,000

Shrine to Saint Joseph, Defender of the Domestic Church

Chapels

$250,000

Altar of Sacrifice

Sanctuary

$250,000

New Window 1 - St. John Paul II

Windows

$250,000

CLAIMED

New Window 2 - The Martyrs of Otranto

Windows

$250,000

CLAIMED

New Window 3 - St. Teresa of Calcutta

Windows

$250,000

CLAIMED

New Window 4 - St. Pio of Pietrelcina

Windows

$250,000

CLAIMED

New Window 5 - St. Columcille

Windows

$250,000

CLAIMED

New Window 6 - St. Anne

Windows

$250,000

CLAIMED

New Window 7 - St. Thomas More

Windows

$250,000

CLAIMED

New Window 8 - Fr. Vincent Capodanno

Windows

$250,000

CLAIMED

New Window 9 - St. Therese of Lisieux

Windows

$250,000

CLAIMED

New Window 10 - St. John Henry Newman

Windows

$250,000

CLAIMED

New Window 11 - St. John the Evangelist

Windows

$250,000

CLAIMED

New Window 12 - St. Paul (recommended)

Windows

Side window of St. Margaret Mary

Chapels

Side Chapel of the Sacred Heart of Jesus

$150,000

CLAIMED

Side window of St. Claude de Columbiere

Chapels

Side Chapel of the Sacred Heart of Jesus

$150,000

CLAIMED

Original Window - The Good Shepherd

Windows

$150,000

CLAIMED

Original Window - The Blessed Virgin Mary

Windows

$150,000

CLAIMED

Original Window - St. Peter

Windows

$150,000

HELD

Original Window - The Baptism of Our Lord

Windows

$150,000

CLAIMED

Original Window - St. Patrick

Windows

$150,000

CLAIMED

Original Window - St. Joseph

Windows

$150,000

CLAIMED

Original Window - St. Anthony

Windows

$150,000

Original Window - St. Stephen

Windows

$150,000

Large Statue of Christ the King

Statuary

$150,000

Sacristy Window

Windows

Altar of Sacrifice

Chapels

Bride's Room

Chapels

Beautiful altar rail

Sanctuary

Chapel Sanctuary

$100,000

Presider's Chair

Sanctuary

Chapel Sanctuary

$100,000

Ambo

Sanctuary

Chapel Sanctuary

$100,000

North Transept Statue - Divine Mercy

Statuary

$100,000

South Transept Statue - Christ the King of the Universe

Statuary

$100,000

CLAIMED

$500,000 Chapel Sanctuary

$500,000

CLAIMED

$250,000

CLAIMED

$125,000 Side Chapel of the Sacred Heart of Jesus

$100,000 $100,000

CLAIMED


Opportunity

Section

Subsection

Dedication

Claimed?

Clerestory Windows - 68 windows

Windows

$50,000/window

23 CLAIMED

Statue of the Sacred Heart

Chapels

Adoring angels in niches of the main altar

Sanctuary

Side Chapel of the Sacred Heart of Jesus

$50,000

CLAIMED

Chapel Sanctuary

$50,000

Statue of Our Lady

Statuary

$50,000

CLAIMED

Statue of St. Joseph

Statuary

$50,000

CLAIMED

Stone Celtic Cross

Architechtural Art

$50,000

Chapel Side Entrance Door - Right

Architectural Art

$50,000

Chapel Side Entrance Door - Left

Architectural Art

$50,000

Round window of the Sacred Heart

Chapels

Trinitarian Decoration

Architechtural Art

$25,000

Confessional Window

Windows

$25,000

CLAIMED

Confessional Window

Windows

$25,000

CLAIMED

Confessional Window

Windows

$25,000

CLAIMED

Confessional Window

Windows

$25,000

CLAIMED

Kneeler or altar rail with votive candles

Chapels

Side Chapel of the Sacred Heart of Jesus

$15,000

The Five Wounds of Christ - right of door

Architechtural Art

The Five Wounds of Christ

$10,000

CLAIMED

The Five Wounds of Christ - left of door

Architechtural Art

The Five Wounds of Christ

$10,000

CLAIMED

The Five Wounds of Christ - in front of altar

Architechtural Art

The Five Wounds of Christ

$10,000

CLAIMED

The Five Wounds of Christ - right of altar

Architechtural Art

The Five Wounds of Christ

$10,000

CLAIMED

The Five Wounds of Christ - left of altar

Architechtural Art

The Five Wounds of Christ

$10,000

CLAIMED

Set of 6 altar candles

Chapels

Side Chapel of the Sacred Heart of Jesus

$10,000

First Station: Jesus is Condemned to Death

Statuary

Restoration of the Stations of the Cross

$10,000

CLAIMED

Second Station: Jesus is Made to Bear His Cross

Statuary

Restoration of the Stations of the Cross

$10,000

CLAIMED

Third Station: Jesus Fall the First Time

Statuary

Restoration of the Stations of the Cross

$10,000

CLAIMED

Fourth Station: Jesus Meets His Afflicted Mother

Statuary

Restoration of the Stations of the Cross

$10,000

CLAIMED

Fifth Station: Simon of Cyrene Helps Jesus Bear His Cross

Statuary

Restoration of the Stations of the Cross

$10,000

CLAIMED

Sixth Station: Veronica Wipes the Face of Jesus

Statuary

Restoration of the Stations of the Cross

$10,000

CLAIMED

Seventh Station: Jesus Falls the Second Time

Statuary

Restoration of the Stations of the Cross

$10,000

CLAIMED

Eighth Station: Jesus Speaks to the Women of Jerusalem

Statuary

Restoration of the Stations of the Cross

$10,000

CLAIMED

Ninth Station: Jesus Falls the Third Time

Statuary

Restoration of the Stations of the Cross

$10,000

CLAIMED

Tenth Station: Jesus is Stripped of His Garments

Statuary

Restoration of the Stations of the Cross

$10,000

CLAIMED

Eleventh Station: Jesus is Nailed to the Cross

Statuary

Restoration of the Stations of the Cross

$10,000

CLAIMED

Twelfth Station: Jesus Dies on the Cross

Statuary

Restoration of the Stations of the Cross

$10,000

CLAIMED

Thirteenth Station: Jesus is Taken Down from the Cross

Statuary

Restoration of the Stations of the Cross

$10,000

CLAIMED

Fourteenth Station: Jesus is Laid in the Sepulchre

Stauary

Restoration of the Stations of the Cross

$10,000

CLAIMED

Pew Dedication

Architechtural Art

$10,000

Small Crucifix on top of each side chapel

Architectural Art

$10,000

Small Crucifix on top of each side chapel

Architectural Art

$10,000

Small Crucifix on top of each side chapel

Architectural Art

$10,000

Small Crucifix on top of each side chapel

Architechtural Art

$10,000

Inscription - This is the House of God…

Architechtural Art

Chapel Inscription Art

$10,000

CLAIMED

Inscription - Sanctus

Architechtural Art

Chapel Inscription Art

$10,000

CLAIMED

Inscription - Irish Farewell Prayer

Architechtural Art

Chapel Inscription Art

$10,000

CLAIMED

Side Chapel of the Sacred Heart of Jesus

$25,000

CLAIMED

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