Sister Priscilla Solomon

Sister Priscilla Solomon

Priscilla Solomon is an Ojibway member of the Anishinabek Nation and a Sister of St. Joseph of Sault Ste. Marie. She has worked in the Faith and Justice office of her Congregation since 1998. The current focus of her work is reconciliation between people of Settler origins and Indigenous people.

She has been connected in various ways with Kairos since it began. When a local North Bay Kairos group formed, she was chair of that group. With the local team, she coordinated a Great Lakes –St. Laurence Regional meeting in North Bay.

She was the Canadian Religious Conference Ontario Justice, Peace and Integrity of Creation (CRC-JPIC, ON) representative in the Kairos Indigenous Rights Circle (KIRC) from 2011 until 2018. She was a Kairos advisory team that focused on the relationship between Kairos and the Indigenous members of KIRC. 

She was involved in the Banner Train event in 2011. She worked with the Kairos Blanket Exercise and was on a facilitator training team in North Bay and Sudbury. She frequently facilitated the Blanket Exercise.

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