By Leonardo Coutinho*
(Opinion) In temples, stained glass windows are spaces destined for the sacred. The images of saints and biblical passages are familiar everyday scenes to be admired next to the Virgin Mary and the Holy Trinity.
Washington National Cathedral is no different.
But the light that passes through the colored glass windows of the temple goes beyond the sacredness.
Built between 1907 and 1990, the temple has in its windows a compendium of the history of the United States.
Its stained glass windows show scenes of the conquest. It deals with the ancestors and remembers the internal struggles . . .
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