Lynchburg Stained Glass has been creating windows for this large church in central Florida since their original stained-glass commission in 1992. This 25-year relationship between LSG Senior Artist Rich Buswell and Father Patrick O’Doherty of Queen of Peace Catholic Church has allowed for extensive collaboration in the ongoing creation and addition of windows to the church as donations have allowed. The initial photograph here depicts the first of over eighty-five windows: it forms a transparent wall between the Sanctuary and Day Chapel. By incorporating a stained-glass crucifix into the window, the church eliminated the need for two costly sculpted crucifixes. Instead, the image of the crucified Christ is crafted from clear glass, while the glass surrounding the crucifix transitions from blues back into clear. This composition creates an illusion of the crucifix appearing to float in midair as you enter the church. The tabernacle is centered within the window and can be accessed from both sides. To preserve continuity among so many windows, the same artist, Rich Buswell, has worked with the church for the entire length of the project. The final thirty-two windows for this church were installed in 2016.