About St. Gladys Hall
Designed to facilitate the small, seminar discussions that are at the heart of the College’s unique academic program, St. Gladys Hall was made possible through a $3.2 million grant from the Fritz B. Burns Foundation of Los Angeles. The building, the thirteenth constructed since the College acquired its campus in the 1970s, was blessed at the start of the 2014-5 academic year. St. Gladys Hall houses eight classrooms along a new arcade perpendicular to Our Lady of the Most Holy Trinity Chapel. It is named for St. Gladys, the patron saint of Fritz Burns’ beloved wife, Gladys Carson Burns.
- Archbishop Aquila Blesses New Classroom Building, St. Gladys Hall
- Video: Groundbreaking for St. Gladys Hall
- College Breaks Ground for New Classroom Building
- Fritz B. Burns Foundation Awards College $3.2 Million for New Building