Fran Quigley is editor of Faith in Healthcare and director of the Health and Human Rights Clinic at Indiana University McKinney School of Law.

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With post-pandemic eviction crisis looming, Catholics must insist on housing for all

Commentary: "For the common good, we believe that government at all levels has a social responsibility to ensure that persons are adequately housed," says Curtis Johnson of Catholic Charities USA.


This free clinic is a study in the US healthcare struggle

Commentary: Even after the expansion of healthcare coverage under the Affordable Care Act, 30 million Americans have no health insurance. Charity clinics are filling the gap, but that's no way to run a system of care.


Faith community must embrace single-payer health system

Commentary: The economic argument in favor of a universal health care system is powerful; the moral case for health care as a human right is even stronger. The faith community can advance that moral argument.


Prescription for justice: Catholics must help bring down barriers blocking billions from lifesaving medicine

Viewpoint: Two billion people lack access to essential medicines that would alleviate their suffering or even save their lives, resulting in 10 million deaths each year.