William Randolph Hearst was an interesting man. Being one of the richest men in the world at the turn of the 20th century, he was influential in many of the major political decisions of the time for better or worse. He is often remembered in a fairly negative light as the owner of Hearst Communications, the (at the time) nations largest media company. One part of his legacy that is often forgotten, was his love of history and his contribution to the historical arts. While researching that legacy, I found myself near an Ancient Monastery that he had had shipped to Miami and later was rebuilt, brick by brick.