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The modern town of Tralee, as it developed in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, owes much to the influence of the Denny family, not least the town’s main thoroughfare of Denny Street, laid out in the 1820s, and the magnificent Town Park, formerly the Denny Demesne, which continues to be enjoyed by the current generation of townspeople and visitors.

Tom Denny is also descended from the Fitzgerald’s, Earls of Desmond, who founded Tralee about 1216.

John Griffin Stained glass is often referred to as the poor man’s Bible as it was used from the Early Middle Ages to illustrate scriptural stories and the lives of the saints to largely uneducated congregations.

Interestingly, at least sixty-five fragments of glass, including some painted medieval pieces, were found during the excavations in Ardfert Cathedral in the 1990s.

Likewise, a movement of wind – birds – (the Holy Spirit abroad in Ireland? Family and friends look on; it is not really clear, from the clothes of the various figures, whether we are in Biblical time, in ancient Ireland, or in the prese The right hand light is about Jesus' reading from the Book of Isaiah; ‘The Spirit of the Lord is upon me... Beyond, others emerge into the light ‘beauty for ashes..garment of praise for the spirit of heaviness; that they might be called trees of righteousness, the planting of the Lord’ ( In the left hand light, Saint John the Baptist, patron of the parish, sets forth, ‘filled with the Holy Spirit’ not only to ‘bear witness to the Light’ but also to ‘reconcile father and child’, to ‘bring the disaffected to the wisdom of the just’ ().

He has anointed me to preach the Good News to the poor... Higher up, it is we who are given the task: ‘What I mean is that God was in Christ reconciling the world to Himself, no longer holding men’s misdeeds against them, and that he has entrusted us with the message of reconciliation’ ().The setting for the narratives of the window is the landscape of Tralee Bay.Sometimes we see wide vistas, of mountainsides and rocky outcrops, of distant field-scapes, of rain shrouded hills.There are seven principal lights or panels in the lower section which contain the figures of Christ the King, St. John’s contains two stained glass windows commissioned by Dean Reidy in the mid-1950s: The Lady Clothed with the Sun by Richard King over Our Lady’s altar and the modernist Four Evangelists and Trinity windows by Patrick Pollen in the Baptistery.John the Baptist and the Twelve Apostles in order of their selection by Jesus in St. The upper traceried portion has representations of The Annunciation, Nine Choirs of Angels, the Holy Spirit and various other emblematic forms. The majority of the windows along the aisles and transepts were installed over the period 1880-1910 by Earley & Powell and later John Earley & Co. The firm was one of the largest and most prestigious ecclesiastical decorators both in Ireland and Great Britain. John the Evangelist (1893), Adoration of the Magi (1898), Suffer Little Children Come unto Me (1898), The Resurrection (1907) and The Crowned Virgin (1910). Brendan window, on the western aisle, executed by Earley’s in 1902, in memory of Michael Mac Sheehy, Chief Inspector of National Schools in Ireland. The new Reconciliation Window is the first stained glass window to be installed in St. Like the windows from the other periods, it has its own unique style and form.Tom is son of the late Sir Anthony Denny, 8th Baronet of Tralee Castle, and his wife, Catherine Beverley.

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