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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Virus forces Catholic agencies to scale back services for the homeless

Catholic shelters and services are grappling with the fast-changing situation across the country, as people who are homeless find themselves in a vulnerable position amid social distancing and quarantine.

Priest chaplain at Sisters of Loretto Motherhouse had abuse record

Fr. J. Irvin Mouser, a priest from the Archdiocese of Louisville, was removed from public ministry in 2002 on charges of child sex abuse, but as recently as January, he was serving at the Loretto sisters' motherhouse under outsiders' radar.

Iggy's Cupboard at Loyola New Orleans combats campus food insecurity

Operated by the Student Life and Ministry Office and the Student Government Association, Iggy's Cupboard is dedicated to providing meals to students, faculty and staff struggling with uncertain access to food.

Catholic Worker confronts new era

In today's Manhattan, the original Catholic Worker facilities are surrounded by towers that rent one-bedroom apartments for $4,000 a month, and Catholic Worker centers in South Bend, Indiana, and Philadelphia are also learning to adapt to changes.