Soli Salgado is a staff writer for Global Sisters Report, covering sisters in Latin America. She joined the NCR team as a Bertelsen intern in 2015. Born in Buenos Aires and raised in Wichita, Kansas, she graduated from the University of Kansas in 2013 with degrees in journalism, English literature and Spanish. Her reporting has received several Catholic Press Awards. Big loves include drawing, stand-up, planning trips, and presidential history.
Global Sisters Report: Four millennials became the first of the Nuns and Nones group to try out a residency program, temporarily living in a convent to share in a spiritually grounded community life.
The Commission for the Protection of Minors was created to help national conferences in two areas specifically: to "raise awareness on the importance of confronting and discussing this difficult subject and to create protocols related to hearing victims, with properly trained staff who can listen to victims and help guide religious congregations to take appropriate action for reporting the situation to the civil level."
Global Sisters Report: The real help women get in the volunteer-run classes at Casa Ursulina in Chillán, Chile, is deeper than their acquired skills and side income.
Opening the annual gathering for the Caribbean and Latin American religious confederation (CLAR) in Santiago, Chile, two representatives from Chile's religious conference contextualized their country's abuse crisis for their fellow men and women religious March 18.