The 1938 window called Jesus Among the Doctors refers to the events told in Luke 2:41–47:
On the west side of Saint-Léon-de-Westmount Church, there is a stained-glass window, completed in 1930, of Jesus calming a tempest that had risen on the Sea of Galilee while He was out fishing with his disciples. This story was recounted in three separate Gospels:
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That’s what Father Oscar Gauthier (1873–1964) wanted when he started, in 1928, the Saint-Léon-de-Westmount decoration project. Father Gauthier, priest at the church from 1920 to 1951, had lived in Rome for a few years and was impressed by the art he found there. He too wanted a beautiful Italian church, a church decorated in the Renaissance style. Which is why he hired Nincheri.