In the year 1945, the Holocaust was just beginning. Many Polish civilians would seek refuge in the St. Florian's Cathedral.
Many visited and prayed to this certain stained glass piece in the front of the cathedral. The mosaic was seen as the messenger to God.
It was believed that God's Light would shine through the windows of the cathedral on those who were in desperate times and in need of God's guidance. That was a mortal myth, however.
One day, a young girl had wandered into St. Florian's Cathedral in hysterics. Her family was taken by what she knew as "Mill-Men." Light shone on this girl, giving her a slight feeling of hope from a religious event that was an honest coincidence
For weeks, the girl sheltered in the cathedral, with the windows always watching the girl and becoming closer and closer with her. It was as if God WAS watching over the child and he Himself was growing this fondness.
The time finally came where "Mill-Men" found her and took her away. The cathedral's windows simply watched the girl being dragged away to join her imprisoned relatives.
Soon after, the soldiers came back and smashed all the windows of the cathedral, followed by burning the sanctuary to the ground. It would be almost 30 years until St. Florian's Cathedral would be reborn to once again hold the stories of the unfortunate.