Using personal stories and experiences, allegory and imagery, Sr. Solomon will reflect on the calls to transformation and reconciliation among our peoples and with our natural world. She will reflect on how her personal integration of Anishinabek and Roman Catholic Spirituality enlightens her path to reconciliation. Sr. Solomon will invite listeners to use the transformative power of story and imagery to engage with others in creating a new reality in our country.
Priscilla Solomon, CSJ, is a Sister of St. Joseph of Sault Ste. Marie. Her work in the Faith and Justice Office of her Congregation has most recently focused on Indigenous rights, right relations, healing and reconciliation between Indigenous Peoples and Settler Peoples in Canada as well as on ecological justice issues.
Sr. Solomon is an Ojibway of the Anishinabek Nation. She has been involved in the Catholic responses to the TRC’s Calls to Action regarding Terra Nullius and the Doctrine of Discovery, the Canadian Religious Conference ON-JPIC, and in Kairos responses to the TRC. She also works with Sister Eva Solomon in the Western Assembly of Catholic Bishops’ Building Bridges program which is focused on Indigenous inculturation and interculturation of faith.