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Remembering Sister Pauline Therese Daries, CSJ

 Los Angeles Province

Pauline Therese Daries, CSJ

October 18, 1934 – January 28, 2023

Pauline Therese Daries, CSJ died on January 28, 2023 at St. John of God Care Center in Los Angeles. Sister Pauline was born in Los Angeles and lived her early years in Torrance, California.

She entered first grade at St James School in Redondo. After graduating from St. Mary’s Academy, Pauline entered the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet community in 1953. Her primary ministry was in elementary and high school education. She also served in adult faith formation. Always happy, she taught by her example. Sister Pauline had an innate love of harmony and beauty: harmony of sounds, colors, poetry, and the proper use of words.

Sister Pauline was a rare person with a keen mind and an incredibly gracious nature. Pauline was able to make everyone she met feel special and had many friends. She was a gracious and charming person, who brought joy wherever she went. Sister Pauline brought brightness and optimism to any gathering. Those who knew her loved her humor and her commitment as a woman religious.

May she rest in peace.

Category: Obituaries

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