Soli Salgado

Soli Salgado is the international editor of the Global Sisters Report. Previously she was the Latin America correspondent and has reported from 13 countries for GSR and NCR, covering mostly migration, human trafficking and Nuns & Nones. Born in Buenos Aires and raised in Wichita, Kansas, Soli graduated from the University of Kansas in 2013 with degrees in journalism, English, and Spanish, and joined NCR as a Bertelsen intern in 2015. Big loves include illustration, yoga, reading, travel and presidential history.

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'Pay attention and do something': Gathering urges investment in Hispanic ministry

Three women who accuse David Haas of sexual misconduct speak with NCR

What politics—and the Biden campaign—can learn from the church about sexual assault

Isolated from communal prayer, Latino Catholics rediscover spiritual roots

In Costa Rica, university president sees Laudato Si' reenergizing Catholics

Indigenous priorities overlooked amid Amazon synod's clerical debates

Indigenous from Brazil bring plea to Rome: 'We need more protection'

Culture plays role in US Hispanics' muted response to abuse crisis

Encuentro participants go home to parishes with mission to 'start working'

Hispanic young adults engage bishops, express needs at V Encuentro

V Encuentro opens with celebration, prayer and Pope Francis' blessing

V Encuentro to be an 'expression of community'

Midwest Hispanic Catholics prioritize needs as V Encuentro moves to regional phase

Ahead of V Encuentro, report gathers stats on Hispanic ministry in US

Encuentro Eclesial event unites Cuban Catholics, bridges US-Cuba division

Cubans, US exiles connect to help rebuild Cuba's Catholic Church

Mass participants: 'We're left with the pope's love'

Pope expresses 'pain and shame' over clergy abuse as Chileans protest papal visit

A subdued Santiago waits for pope's arrival