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the four Latin (Western) Fathers of the Church together: Ambrose, Jerome, Augustine and Gregory the Great.
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Ambrose is usually depicted as bishop, Jerome is usually depicted as cardinal, Augustine is usually as bishop, while Gregory the Great is usually depicted as pope.

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  Te Deum Te Deum
firm/studio: A. K. Nicholson Stained Glass Studios
1925
Church of St Gabriel, Brynmill, Swansea
east wall of the chancel
  St Jerome and St Ambrose St Jerome and St Ambrose
designer: George Frederick Bodley
firm/studio: Burlison & Grylls
1890
Church of St Margaret, Roath, Cardiff
north wall of the north transept
  Crucifixion with the Four Evangelists, the Annunciation and Saints Crucifixion with the Four Evangelists, the Annunciation and Saints
firm/studio: Burlison & Grylls
1900
Church of St German, Roath, Cardiff
east wall of the chancel
  St Ambrose and St Jerome St Ambrose and St Jerome
firm/studio: C.E. Kempe
1892
Church of St John, Barmouth, Gwynedd
north wall of the sanctuary (window number: nIII)
  St Gregory the Great and St Augustine of Hippo St Gregory the Great and St Augustine of Hippo
firm/studio: C.E. Kempe
1892
Church of St John, Barmouth, Gwynedd
north wall of the sanctuary (window number: nII)
  Scenes from the Life of Christ Scenes from the Life of Christ
firm/studio: Clayton & Bell
1873
Bangor Cathedral, Bangor, Gwynedd
east wall of the presbytery
  Christ in Majesty with Saints and Angels Christ in Majesty with Saints and Angels
firm/studio: James Powell & Sons
1896
Church of St Peter, Pwllheli, Gwynedd
east wall of the chancel (window number: I)
  St Gregory the Great and St Augustine of Hippo St Gregory the Great and St Augustine of Hippo
firm/studio: Burlison & Grylls
1917
Church of St Margaret, Roath, Cardiff
north wall of the north transept


 
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