The Monks & the Modernist

What the Benedictines Built at Collegeville

Marcel Breuer would have been proud. So would Baldwin Dworschak. And maybe even St. Benedict as well. Breuer, the New York Bauhaus-trained architect, and Dworschak, the far-sighted abbot of a Benedictine monastery in rural Minnesota, were the central figures in a unique...

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About the Author

Albert Eisele is editor-at-large of The Hill and is a graduate of St. John’s University in Collegeville, Minnesota.