Br. Saul Soriano, OFM Cap.
Hometown: Merliot City, El Salvador
Before Becoming a Friar: "I had the privilege to study philosophy and computer science at John Carroll University in Cleveland Ohio. During and after college, I had the opportunity to gain work experience in a variety of jobs. For two years, as a student, I worked as a shift manager in a restaurant. After college, I worked at a law office providing paralegal services to hundreds of immigrants in Virginia."
Why I'm a Capuchin: "What inspired me to be a Capuchin was Padre Pio, the strong prayer life of the friars, their strong witness of fraternal life, and their closeness to the people."