Sarah Salvadore is an NCR Bertelsen intern based in New Jersey. She is a graduate of Seton Hall University where she was a scholar of religion and conflict, specializing in Judaism, Christianity and Islam, and an alumna of Columbia School of Journalism, New York.

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'Not out of this yet': Nursing homes face ongoing threat of COVID-19

Nursing homes with Catholic ties lost many residents to the first wave of COVID-19. As virus hotspots move to southern and western states, these senior communities prepare for what's next.

Franciscans grapple with colonial legacy of Junípero Serra

For Franciscans in the United States, Serra is an important figure. They acknowledge his massive contribution to the church and are yet mindful of his complicated legacy and history. Should statues of him remain in public view?

Spokane bishop criticizes Catholic Charities' leader on racism comments

Bishop Thomas Daly of Spokane, Washington, released a statement July 5 criticizing a video on racism by Rob McCann, chief executive officer of Catholic Charities of Eastern Washington.

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