Sister Depaul Zluky: An Interview

When Pauline was five years old, she started going to school at St. Michael in Braddock, Pennsylvania where the Vincentian Sisters of Charity taught. It was the only Catholic school in Braddock. She recalls that she and the other students would imitate the Sisters. They would dress up, “I’d take my mother’s black dress and pinned it all up to make sure it fit me,” and used butcher paper to make a veil. Dressed up as Sisters they played school. By the time she got to the 8th grade, Pauline was interested in entering religious life. Read more.