St Oswald & St Edmund, Liverpool Road,
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St. Tarcisius was a young boy who lived in Rome in the third century. He is reputed to been beaten to death while carrying the Blessed Sacrament to the catacombs. Saint Tarcisius is depicted wearing a splendid outer robe of blue, purple, pink, red and orange.
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(A): Harry Clarke was actively involved in part of the window’s execution, the rest being executed under his supervision in his Studio
(B): The window was initially conceived by Harry Clarke but executed by the Studio under his close supervision
(C): The window was designed by Harry Clarke.
Where neither A, B or C is indicated beside window title, the stained glass window or panel was designed and executed fully by Harry Clarke