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Duncan G. Stroik, a practicing architect, author, and Professor of Architecture at the University of Notre Dame, is one of the foremost church architects in the English-speaking world and the acknowledged leader of a growing movement to return classical ideas of beauty and harmony to sacred architecture.
His built work includes Our Lady of the Most Holy Trinity Chapel in Santa Paula, California, and the Shrine Church of Our Lady of Guadalupe in LaCrosse, Wisconsin. Professor Stroik is also the author of The Church Building as a Sacred Place: Beauty, Transcendence, and the Eternal reviewed in AB February 2013.
He is editor of the biannual journal Sacred Architecture, which he established in 1998. Online: sacredarchitecture.org.
He established his architecture firm, Duncan G. Stroik Architect, LLC, in 1993. Online: stroik.com.
Professor Stroik’s most recent contribution to the Adoremus Bulletin is “The Altar as the Center of the Church,” published in two parts in March and April 2012.
Articles by Duncan Stroik:
The Roots of Modernist Church Architecture, October 1997
Our Lady of the Most Holy Trinity chapel, May 2004
The Altar as the Center of the Church, Principles of Design, Part I, March 2012
The Altar as the Center of the Church, Part II (Conclusion), April 2012
Articles mentioning or including his work:
Adoremus Holds Liturgy Conference, December 1997-January 1998
New Church Architecture Journal Launched at Notre Dame by David Aaron Murray, February 1999
So, You're on the Parish Building Committee?, An architect's list of useful resources on church architecture, by Denis McNamara, February 1999
EACW re-do "seriously flawed", says expert, by David Aaron Murray, November 1999
Sacred Space: Rediscovering the Tradition, Reviewed by Denis McNamara, August 2000
Church Architecture and "Full and Active Participation", Does the architectural style of our churches influence the way we worship?, by Thomas Gordon Smith, April 2004
The Wisdom of Hindsight, The Restoration of Catholic Church Architecture, by Michael Rose, November 2004
Beauty as Expanded Reason: The Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe, by Father Noah Waldman, September 2008
Cardinal Pell Keynotes Liturgy Conference in Ireland, August 2009
A Living Presence… Symposium on the Development of Catholic Church Architecture, by Michael Patrick, June 2010
Sacred Architecture: Encountering the Beauty and Mystery of God, by Cardinal Justin Rigali, March 2011
Realizing the Vision, A church that looks Catholic inside and out, by Father Peter P. Dobrowski, November 2011
Re-conquering Sacred Space, July/August 1999
Vosko lectures at Notre Dame, April 2000
Third Reconquering Sacred Space conference, November 2000
FCS Convention: Sacrosanctum Concilium and the Reform of the Liturgy, July/August 2006
Liturgy Conference in Ireland, April 2009
TAC President Dies in Car Accident, May 2009
Sacred Architecture Symposium at CUA, April 2010
Journal on Church Architecture, June 2010
Liturgical Institute’s Church Architecture Workshop, October 2012
Stroik: The Church Building as a Sacred Place, February 2013
Appreciation for Benedict XVI, April 2013
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