An Argentine nun remembers Pope Francis as a 'naughty' child, according to PEOPLE.
Sister Martha Rabino, 71 – head of the Colegio de la Misericordia, a Catholic school in Flores, Buenos Aires, where Pope Francis attended preschool – says she's heard all about his reputation as a boy and gotten to know him as an adult.
"All his life he has remained in touch with us," she tells PEOPLE. "He comes spend the afternoon with us twice a year, when he gets all the nuns together and we have tea, and then we take mass."
"As a boy, he was a little naughty," says Rabino. "Sister Rose had been his teacher and died at age 101. He was very fond of her. He would always visit her … he would love to ask her, 'What was I like as a little boy?' And she would always say, 'You were a devil!' and he would laugh and laugh."