Artists painstakingly transfer sacred stained glass windows

NEWARK, N.J. -- For almost a century, the stained glass portrait of St. Patrick looked down on parishioners -- as if from the heavens -- from the massive nave of Sacred Heart Catholic Church.

But the Irish saint, as well as stained-glass depictions of St. Anna, St. Cecelia, Moses and Isaiah, were recently brought down to earth and will now watch over visitors at a new home 30 miles away, the Maryrest Chapel Mausoleum in Mahwah.