Memories | OLM

OLM Memories | Sr. Una Connolly

Until the 1960's, Our Lady of Malibu Parish School (grades K-8) was privileged to be taught by the nuns from the Sisters of St. Louis. In 1960 most of the nuns left the parish school in order to establish an all-girls Catholic high school, Louisville, in nearby Woodland Hills, CA. Louisville High School celebrated its 50th year anniversary in 2010. These are the memories of some of our beloved sisters who offered remembrances of days gone by at our parish school.

People are my most treasured memory of Our Lady of Malibu, a special community [that] reflected what is best in the tradition of Christian communities, and whom it was my privilege to serve as Principal from 1967-1973.

Finally, unique to Our Lady of Malibu, was that special experience of community where people congregated naturally after Sunday Masses for coffee and donuts, for elongated chats and camaraderie, and where peals of laughter floated on the ocean breeze.

(The names of the people were changed before given to Our Lady of Malibu website.)