there was a discussion on Fr Z's blog WDTPRS over a saint protrayed in stained glass, St. Kunigunda was brought up, happended to run across this picture on Russ Martin's
crosstippedchurches.blog as I said she is usually pictured with a cathedral in her arms. Visit his blog, he is one excellent photographer, I am in awe
St. Kunegunda (1224-1292) Daughter of King Bela IV and niece of St. Elizabeth of Hungary, she married King Boleslaus V of Poland at sixteen. On his death in 1279 she became a Poore Clare at the Convent of Sandeck, which she had founded. She also built churches and hospitals, ransomed Christians captured by the Turks, and served the poor and ill. She is also known as St. Kinga. Her cult was confirmed in 1690. Feast day July 24.
All Images copyright Russ Martin
There are four stained glass windows in the Relic Chapel, located at the Shrine of the Holy Relics. The windows were imported form Munich Germany.