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. She's reported from 10 countries for GSR and NCR and has received several Catholic Press Awards. Big loves include drawing, stand-up, planning trips, and presidential history.

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

"My heart kind of dropped and I realized, oh, this wasn't just a one-off incident with me when he crossed the boundary," one of the women says of the Catholic composer. "This is a pattern of behavior."

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

U.S. voters must choose between two presidential candidates accused of sexual assault. To the extent that political bodies can learn anything from the Catholic Church, the lessons are in the failings, say Catholic activists, feminists and survivor advocates.

Isolated from communal prayer, Latino Catholics rediscover spiritual roots

Distancing measures have severed the ability to pray in community, a practice that animates many Latinos in the U.S. who see relationships as an integral part of their Catholic, spiritual expression.

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

The president of the Catholic University of Costa Rica, Fernando Sánchez Campos thinks creating "Laudato Si' campuses" is an essential response to the pope's call for environmental action.

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