Now that the weather is warming up, I can bike there in a half-hour, and plan to do so as often as possible.
The paintings are by a Mr. Malinovich of Chicago. The Yugoslavian native had academic training in church decorations.
From left to right are:
- King Wenceslaus (you hear about him every Christmas) distributing food to the needy.
- The Sacred Heart of Jesus. His heart, apparently, is the patron of the Benedictine Sisters of Sacred Heart Monastery.
- The last meeting of St. Scholastica and St. Benedict.
There are a trio of similar paintings on the other side of the foyer. Next time!