Stained glass windows

The Church has stained glass windows that enhance its beauty and also catechize the worshippers and visitors. Images and icons of Irish saints are shown on the windows closer to the entrance of the Church with St. Brigid, St. Itha, St. Finbar, St. Denis, St. Cuthbert, St. Finian, St. Killian and St. Mell on the south wall and St. Maeve, St. Enda, St. Malachi, St. Lawrence O’Toole, St. Brendan, St. Kevin, St. Columbkille and St. Patrick, our patron saint on the north wall.  St. Ambrose of Milan and St. Augustine of Hippo, two Fathers of the Western Church are represented by drawings on the windows above the northeast side door whilst St. Gregory the Great, a Pope and Father of the Church and St. Francis Borgia, a nobleman who abandoned his title and wealth to become a Jesuit and eventually became Superior General of the Society of Jesus, are represented on the southeast side door.

The windows on the walls of the crucifer of the Church show images of different advocations of the Blessed Virgin Mary. Our Lady of Guadalupe and Our Lady of Fatima on the north side and Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal and Our Lady of Lourdes on the south.

The stained glass windows on the walls where the sanctuary is, show images of the Evangelists, St. Mark and Matthew on the North and St. Luke and St. John on the south.

Statuary

The Church has also some beautiful images of the saints. In the vestibule an image of St. Therese of Lisieux, also known as The Little Flower is place on the north side, whilst St. Anthony of Padua is located on the north side.

In the north side of the sanctuary, facing south, there is an image of the Sacred Heart of Jesus. Our Lady of Charity, patroness of Cuba and secondary patroness of the Archdiocese of Miami is facing north on the south side. As is customary in Catholic churches there are images of the Blessed Virgin Mary and St. Joseph, her husband in the sanctuary. They are located on the east end of the Church at the side of the main altar and tabernacle, facing the congregation to the west.

The Church also houses an image of St. Jude, located in front of the south Confessional. Our Lady of Luján, patroness of Argentina, is behind the north column of the sanctuary. A Divine Mercy image according to the visions of St. Faustina is located in front of the north Confession. In 2014, the Archbishop of Aparecida, crowned an image of Our Lady of Aparecida, patroness of Brazil at St. Patrick Catholic Church in Miami Beach.