Our Lady of Angels parish is blessed to have a number of original art pieces. The stained glass windows were the first commissioned pieces, graciously donated by two parish families. The windows are original works, designed by Linda Dabeau of New Mexico, a liturgical artist with a number of pieces in churches across the United States. The glasses were fabricated in Germany by Derix’s Artglass Studios. Derix Artglass is the fabricator of the memorial stained glass window at Ground Zero in New York City.
The Artist's Description of the windows
“Daystar, the window as you leave the worship space, is a circular design of three circular rows of line that would represent a star burst or be indicative of the thorns that were put onto Christ’s head as a crown during the Crucifixion; a background ribbon effect border underneath the lines that tie each circle together and a bright white center to provide the feeling of God eternal." The Daystar window was donated by the Fitzmartin Family.
Both windows earned an Honorable Mention from the Liturgical Art Magazine in 2007.
In the spring of 2009, the parish received an original sculpture, Our Lady of Angels, also created by Linday Dabeau. The bronze sculpture with patina is a representation of the Blessed Virgin Mary with her arms outstretched. Behind Mary are two floating angels with outstretched arms pointing toward Mary. The sculpture is located between the Worship Center and the Education and Formation Building in the Meditation Garden. The statue was dedicated in the fall of 2009.