Mosaic artwork for Holy Redeemer Church aims to evangelize, inspire

Jerry Naunheim Jr.
They really do whistle while they work at Emil Frei Stained Glass in Kirkwood. And there's a lot of happy chirping about one of their latest projects, an art form that is rarely seen developed nowadays -- mosaics to cover a wall behind a side altar at Holy Redeemer Church in Webster Groves. The skilled artisans, who have refined their craft through several generations, are working on one of the bigger mosaics to be completed in St. Louis since the massive project at the Cathedral Basilica of St. Louis.

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