Join the Sisters of St. Joseph’s Health Care for All Task Group and the Justice Seekers from Carondelet Village for a special program learning more about Gun Violence. Join us on Wed., April 5, 2023 from 10:30 am to noon. This event will be both in-person at Carondelet Village Auditorium or join us on zoom. Seeking ways to understand and end gun violence.
In the fall of 2021, the CSJ Health Care for All Task Group hosted an event “Public Health: Why It matters!” We were excited to feature two speakers, James Hart, M.D. (President of MN Public Health Association) and Antonia Apolinario-Wilcoxon, Ed.D. (President of Equity Strategies, LLC.) along with special presentations from St. Kate’s Public Health students as they explored the important role of public health. Check out a recording of this hybrid event on our Youtube page.
Check out the below flyer highlighting the harsh truth of COVID-19 disparities in Minnesota.
Minnesota’s COVID-19 Disparities
The Health Care for All Task Group is dedicated to the principle that access to health care is the right of everyone without exception. We are committed to healthcare policy, public action and advocacy for policies that promote equitable access to quality health care for all. The group collaborates with other organizations to influence political policy change.
Goals for 2022-23:
Catholic social teaching insists that health care is a basic right flowing from the sanctity of human life and dignity of the human person. In the words of Pope Francis, “Health is not a consumer good but a universal right, so access to health services cannot be a privilege. Basic Health Care is denied – denied! to too many people.” (5.9.2016)
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