Installed in 1986, and dedicated on August third, the last of the seven, this window was given in memory of Virginia Todd Hood (1903-1983) and Hubbard Hood (1902-1975) by their daughters, Mrs. Robert Keefe (Mary Todd Hood) and Mrs. Ann Hubbard Wickman. Depicted in the medallions are miracles and healing, the two lancets dedicated to the Apostles Thomas and Bartholomew.
The left lancet medallion has a complex design showing the miracle of Christ walking on the water to the amazement of apostles who are in a boat in the background.
The right medallion depicts the healing of the lame man, the discarding of his crutches. Above in the left lancet is a design of a turbulent sea showing a great wave tossed by the winds of doubt (James 1: 6). Below is the fish symbol of Our Lord with the Greek letters IXOYC spelling out the word "fish." Each letter is used to initiate a word and composes the expression, "Jesus Christ, Son of God, Savior." The spear and carpenter's square mounted on a shield form the symbol for St. Thomas, he who was known as the "Doubting Thomas," considered the patron saint of builders and said to have constructed a church in India with his own hands. The upper symbol in the right lancet describes the Holy Spirit descending in the form of a white dove with the kingly crown of glory. Below are the Cross and the Greek letters Alpha and Omega, the ancient symbol announcing the omnipresence of God at the beginning and the end. The shield with three flaying knives is symbolic of the martyrdom of St. Bartholomew, who is said to have been brutally flayed and crucified. Mr. James Taylor designed this window in the Riordan Studio with Mr. Walter Bamback, successor to Mr. John Riordan.