The Coronation of Mary as Queen of Heaven
Formally defined by Pope Pius XII in 1954's Ad Caeli Reginam, the doctrine of the Heavenly Queenship of Mary has its roots far earlier, as evidenced by the 12th Century antiphon Regina Caeli, itself derived from an even earlier prayer, said to have been recorded by Pope Gregory I in the 6th Century.
The father of the Blessed Virgin Mary, most of what has been passed down in the Christian tradition about St. Joachim and his wife, St. Anne, comes to us from the apocryphal Protoevangelium of James.
St. Mary Magdalene
This window is likely a depiction of St. Mary Magdalene, a follower of Jesus during His earthly ministry, and the first to whom He appears following His Resurrection.
St. Anne with the child Mary
The mother of the Blessed Virgin Mary, most of what has been passed down in the Christian tradition about St. Anne and her husband, St. Joachim, comes to us from the apocryphal Protoevangelium of James.
Here, she is pictured with her young daughter, who is holding an (obviously) anachronistic copy of the Bible.