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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Vigil draws attention to class action suit on behalf of detained immigrants

Catholic immigration activists held an overnight vigil in front of the Elizabeth Detention Center in New Jersey, after groups sued its operating company for the release of detainees during the pandemic.

Health cost sharing ministries leave many out in the cold, critics say

Though not insurance, faith-based health care sharing ministries are a growing part of the insurance landscape. Lawsuits and critics say the inexpensive plans deny preexisting conditions and have no obligation to pay medical claims.

Ohio teacher in same-sex marriage loses Catholic high school job

Students and alumni of Archbishop Alter High School object after James Zimmerman, an English teacher of 23 years, was told by his principal that the Cincinnati Archdiocese decided to not renew his contract.

Online conference for women veterans will address moral injury incurred during service

Risk of moral injury is higher for women veterans raised in a religious household. A relatively new area of research, moral injury occurs when a combat veteran struggles with the ethical and moral ambiguities of war — their sense of right and wrong being violated.