Canada Geese and Grain Elevator (detail)                        

St Andrew’s United Church Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan                                         McCausland, Toronto 1967                                     






Currently featuring  annotated virtual visits to city cathedrals and colleges,                                    and to humble country churches miles from any town.  Take your time . . .  


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Thumbnail Indexes

Moose Jaw   11

Prince Albert   6  

Regina   25                                                   

Saskatoon  12   

Towns Central   17  

Towns South   13 

Eleven Saskatchewan Cathedrals


Rated List of  86  Saskatchewan Locations

*** Holy Rosary Cathedral
*** First Presbyterian Church
*** St Mary the Virgin Anglican Church
  • Untraditional Windows
  • Traditional Windows
* St Paul's Anglican Cathedral
* St Basil's Ukrainian Catholic Church
* First Baptist Church
* Knox Metropolitan United Church
*** Blessed Sacrament Church
* Westminster United Church 
  Sacred Heart Church
* St Matthew’s Anglican Church 
  St Martin Porres Church
* Little Flower Church
** St Anthony Polish Church
Secular Buildings, Regina
*** RCMP Museum Chapel
** Regina Amoury
** Canadian Legion, Cornwall Street
Darke Hall
* Casino Regina (former Union Station)
Northern Crown Building
* Saskatchewan Legislature
*** St John’s Anglican Cathedral
*** Third Avenue United Church
** Knox United Church
** St Paul’s Cathedral
* Christ Church Anglican
  St Joseph's Church
Grace United Church
* Holy Spirit Church
University of Saskatchewan College Chapels
* St Thomas More (Catholic)
* Rugby Chapel
** Emmanuel St Chad (Anglican)
St Andrew’s (United)
*** St Andrew’s United Church
*** • 20th Century Figures
* • New Testament Figures
* Zion United Church
*** St Aidan’s Anglican Church
  First Baptist Church
  St Barnabas Anglican (now private)
* Moose Jaw Public Library
  Church of Our Lady
  RCAF Base Chapel
  Vanier Collegiate
*** St Alban’s Anglican Cathedral
** Sacred Heart Cathedral
** St Paul Presbyterian Church
  Keyhole Castle (private)
  Adam’s Store, Main Street
  St Joseph Church
*** Assumption Cathedral, Gravelbourg
*** Notre Dame College, Wilcox
** All Saints Anglican Church, Weyburn
** St Vincent De Paul Church, Weyburn
St John Anglican Church, Fort Qu’Appelle
  St Lawrence Church, Maple Creek
* St John’s Church, Marquis
** St John the Baptist Church, Estevan
** St Radegonde Church, Lafleche
  St Joseph’s Church, Hodgeville
  St Albert’s Church, Mankota
  St Joseph’s Church, Glentworth
  United Church, Wolseley
** All Saints Anglican Church, Watrous
*** St Peter’s Benedictine Abbey, Muenster
*** Sacred Heart Church, Watson
** St Henry’s Church, Melville
  Sacred Heart Church, Eston
  St Andrew's Church, Kenaston
  United Church, Craik
** Assumption Prairie Church, Marysburg
* Immaculate Conception Church, Tisdale
** St Brieux Church, St Brieux
Yorkton United Church
** Lutheran Prairie Church, New Stockholm
* St Augustine Church, Humboldt
* Villa Angela Ursuline Retirement Home, Humboldt
All Saints Ukrainian Catholic Church, Humboldt
* Humboldt Museum, Humboldt
Former Ursuline Convent School, Bruno


Saskatchewan stained glass holds many surprises.  As well as in cathedrals,  churches,  convents and chapels,  we found interesting windows in armouries,  legion halls,  a casino,  restaurants,  colleges,  performance halls and museums.  Many more  Saskatchewan towns and buildings  remain to be documented.

Please tell us more about  your building and its windows: [email protected]

In this spacious western province (population about one million) we have identified work by these  artists and studios:  Rault Brothers, Rennes, (Britanny) France; Celtic Studios, Swansea, Wales;  A.L. Moore and Son,  London and other English studios;  Rambusch,  New York ; Luxfer Prism,  N.T. Lyon,  Hobbs, Meikle,  and the Robert  McCausland Company (founded 1856  and still operating),  all of Toronto;   Guido Nincheri,  J. P. O’Shea,  and Hobbs,  all of Montreal;   Westmacott and the architect Etienne Gaboury, of  Winnipeg.   Saskatchewan artists working in stained glass include David Johnson, Sister Salesia Zunti OSE, the Benedictine Alfred Engele OSB,  Lee Brady,  Wilf Perreault,  Ed Schaeffer,  Dorothy Doepker, Wally Oucharek, and others.

The makers of many interesting windows remain to be identified.



McCausland, Toronto

Guido Nincheri, Montreal

Rault, Rennes, France



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