Some Silicon Valley Roman Catholic parish communities enjoy really beautiful stained glass windows, while some with newer construction, (I think unfortunately) do not. My own parish, St. Mary of the Immaculate Conception in Los Gatos, recently cleaned and restored its stained glass windows. You can appreciate them without leaving home if so desired – they have a wonderful photo album online:
Each image can be enlarged, so be sure to click on any which really appeal to you. Of course, to get the full effect, you really should consider visiting it in person!
Another place to check out…
When our kids were little we sometimes visited other parishes (at times this was for purely practical reasons involving scheduling and at others it was to provide a little diversity to help them with new things to look at in church). One of our favorites was St. Christopher in the Willow Glen area of San Jose. St. Christopher was the patron saint of travelers (at some point it was thought that he was not an historical person, so I’m not sure if he is no longer that patron but I believe so) and at the back of the parish church there’s a really lovely, large stained glass collage of various things representing travel, including a steam ship, a train and an airplane. Our son, when a toddler, called it something like the “airplane church”. As a young boy, he thought that it was a pretty good thing to find in a church.