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In a recent installment of its LA Catholics video series, the Archdiocese of Los Angeles profiles Anthony Grumbine (’00), a senior principal and award-winning architect at Harrison Design in Santa Barbara, California. Mr. Grumbine has worked on projects across the United States, including two for his alma mater: Our Mother of Perpetual Help Chapel on the New England campus and the Pope St. John Paul II Athletic Center in California.

“When you start thinking about what things are, and what they mean, and what they should be, and how architecture might play a role in that, the potential of architecture is there to move people, to order our lives,” says Mr. Grumbine. “As we live our vocation and our life in a way that is virtuous and upstanding and does the best with what we think God’s calling us to do, in my mind that is us being our full selves.”

Mr. Grumbine is the third alumnus to be featured in the LA Catholics series, joining musician/businessman Jake DeTar (’11) and prolife counselor/advocate Michele (Grimm ’81) Loughman.