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Stations of the Cross
The Stations of the Cross were designed by Bolivian-born sculptor Pablo Eduardo, who is known for marrying his Spanish-American heritage with his art. Above the stations can be seen some of the 11,000 “quatrefoils” that serve as window shades. The quatrefoils are designed to deflect UV rays and heat and reduce outside light which is deemed a distraction from the altar with nearly 11,000 panes of glass. Each quatrefoil is composed of four triangles, permanently situated at varying angles. The triangular pieces hovering over each pane open at different angles.

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