Mount St Marys College - Yearbook (Los Angeles, CA)
- Class of 1984
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Text from Pages 1 - 52 of the 1984 volume:
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A CGLLEGE CDN A HILL
ln 1925 Bishop Cantwell, during the graduation at St. lVlary's Acade-
my, pointed out the need for a college for the women of Los Angeles.
He asked the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet to construct an
institution of higher education comparable to the quality education
given by the Sisters at St. lVlary's. By 1929 the Sisters had trans-
formed a dream into reality, thirty-six acres of mountain area in
Brentwood was purchased and construction began.
"A college on a hill. Education lifted to heights where natural environ-
ment enforces its spiritual and intellectual values. There is so much
of propriety in the idea that one wonders why learning did not always
abide on the higher places instead of on the low. Of old, holiness
sought the mountains for prayer, today eager youth mounts upward
Edward F. O'Day Commentary
on the order of the Sisters
of St. Joseph of Carondelet
Today, in 1984, at the center of this college a statue of lVlary, a
woman of vision and knowledge, watches over her namesake, guid-
ing the women of the college. Her outstretched arms symbolize her
openness to the women before her and encourage them to accept
her guidance. lVlary's open hands offer silent support to all of those
who open themselves to it.
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A TCDWER: I-IGLINESS
A symbol of God's love and concern, the tower of
lVlary's Chapel conveys a sense of direction both in
faith and in education. Fiising tall at the top ofthe hill,
it visibly guides the eye heavenward, a constant
reminder of God's presence. The height of the tower
gives direction to education as it shoots skyward,
encouraging students to set progressively higher
goals, striving for limitless knowledge. 1
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A TOWER: STRENGTH
Strong and enduring, the tower of lVlary's Chapel
dominates the physical campus, encouraging stu-
dents to dominate campus activities, inspiring persis-
tence throughout all facets of education. ln the same
way that the tower stands beside the chapel for sup-
port, the women of the Mount receive support
throughout their lives from their educational and reli-
gious experiences at Mount St. lVlary's. Looking
through the arches, the structures move into the dis-
tance, becoming a background rather than a focal
point. Similarly, the institutions of education will stand
in the background as the students' focus shifts from
the academic to the practical.
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As the students, the graduates, move into the future,
using what they have received at Mount St. lVlary's, the
image of the tower remains. Revealing the past, sug-
gesting the future, the symbol of faith stands focused
and rooted, lending stability to future endeavors. The
faith that the tower inspires is long-lasting. It has been
present throughout the past years as a positive self-
image, setting short-range goals and reaching them.
Now it becomes much moreg it is the effort necessary
to attain long-range goals. This faith is self-esteem,
self-assurance, and self-confidence. Not just a depen-
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personal ability to use that knowledge to give the
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CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR DEBBIE!
Mom and Dad
We are all so proud of you and love you
dearly. May you always achieve the goals
Mom 81 Dad 81 Becky
ALWAYS A SWEETIE
DAD 81 MOM
Congratulations! We're proud of your hard work and determination
Dad, Mom, and David
CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR DAUGHTER
KATHLEEN JOYCE HARDIN. This day has special
meaning for us, as well as for you. For on this day
of graduation our dreams and yours come true. So
we're sending you these wishes as a warm re-
minder of how grateful and how proud we are with
a daughter like you to love. God be with you and
bless you always.
All our love,
Mom and Dad and Jenny too
Michelle! "May all of your dreams come
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We are all proud of you. Good luck in all
you do. We love you very much.
Nana and Grandpa Lourito
Mom, Dad, Lydia, Phillip, Peter,
Terry, Lydia, Danie, Tim, and
We are both so proud of you.
Congratulations! You'll always be our little
We love you,
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