As a kid in the 1980s we were horrified as we watched a a group of clergy, ordained in the 1940s, destroy this seminary chapel located in St. Paul, Minnesota.
This is the same historic chapel where the Servant of God, Archbishop Sheen, began his famed daily Holy Hour, at the St. Paul Seminary.
When it all came down, I remember reading an article in the local city newspaper wherein a local pastor, Msgr. Richard Schuler, warned (a prophet among us?) that future generations would "lament" this decision.
The original design was courtesy of our first Archbishop, who led us for 33 years. The vagaries of the 1960s took a heavy toll. I am a firm believer that this chapel, once altered, ought to be restored to the original design intended by the genius of the original artists.