Lubienecki, Paul E. PhD

Paul Lubienecki received an M.A. in Pastoral Ministry from Christ the King Seminary; an M.A. in History and Museum Studies from Buffalo State College; and a Ph.D. in History from Case Western Reserve University. His dissertation examines how Buffalo native Msgr. John Boland established labor schools for workers to assist them in integrating the fundamentals of the social encyclicals in the work place. He has worked with many cultural entities and has taught, published and lectured on Catholic history. He is the founding director of the Boland Center for the Study of Labor and Religion. Dr. Lubienecki is an adjunct professor at Christ the King Seminary in East Aurora, N.Y., teaching courses in history, theology, scripture and spirituality. Additionally, he teaches at SUNY Fredonia, Trocaire College and is a Special Studies instructor at the Chautauqua Institute.

Frank Lloyd Wright's Graycliff: Architecture as Sacred Space
2017 1-4955-0599-5
Examines the architectural philosophy of Frank Lloyd Wright in his design of Graycliff on the shores of Lake Erie in Derby, N.Y. Designed and constructed in the late 1920s, the estate shows how architecture, nature, family and theology blend to become a unified reality at Graycliff. This edition is to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the birth of Frank Lloyd Wright