View of the Sanctuary with the Altar and Celtic Cross. The window depicting the great virtue of Patience is on the left, the Good Samaritan window in the centre and the Charity window visible on the right. The marble floor is prominent in the foreground of this picture.
View of the Sanctuary, looking upwards over the Altar and Celtic cross. The Good Samaritan window (centre bottom) in the Ambulatory is the only feature of the old church to be retained in the Cathedral. In contrast, the three Clerestory windows (top) are the only abstract art in the cathedral and were the work of Edward Marr, late of Belfast College of Art.
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