18. The Henry M. O'Bryan Window (and the monastery entry scar).
Historically, the Henry M. O'Bryan window is a tale of two windows. The original window was located on the west side of the church at the northwest corner. Here the 70 inch by 18 foot window was an opposite of the Thomas Carroll window in the southeast alter servers sacristy (Position 1). However, construction of the Passionist monastery moved the window to the north side of the church where it is now a 63 inch by 8' -10" sacristy window. It appears as though the upper part of the original window was cut down and Mr. O'Bryan's name plates were added with glass panels, hanging from horizontal window stiffener bars.
When the monastery was razed the original opening was filled. See Note 1, below for more information.