Nicole Sotelo

Nicole Sotelo believes in the power of stories to transform lives. Her work has appeared in a range of media from Celebration liturgical magazine to the New York Times. She is the author of Women Healing from Abuse: Meditations for Finding Peace (Paulist Press) and she coordinates, a resource for abused Catholic women. A graduate of Harvard Divinity School, she serves as a communications consultant for Catholic organizations.

She writes for NCR's Young Voices blog.


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Seeing is believing: Why Catholics need women deacons

No one is monitoring former abusive priests

A church that young adult Catholics can believe in

Catholic women's equality requires a shift on the night watch

3 things to know before you invest with the Knights of Columbus

Rosie the Riveter has a message for Catholic women

Why the best chance to end the abuse crisis rests with you

While Court prepares contraception decision, Catholic women already decided

The solution for a more inclusive church? Look to the seminary

St. John of the Cross and our dark night of gun violence

What the Vatican's synod could learn from Elizabeth Cady Stanton

The missing paycheck: Research reveals new evidence on the racial wage gap

Beyond the church's wage gap

Easter can be translated as 'Sí se puede'

St. Teresa of Avila's survival guide for Catholic women

When living isn't easy, Mary's 'yes' gives strength

The synod on the family and love at first sight

Can women write the rules? St. Clare of Assisi did

Knights of Columbus funds help step on women's rights

The church's wage gap