We strive to live the values of Christ and like Him care for the voiceless, the weak, the marginalized and those considered “unwanted” in the society to restore their human dignity.
“I was hungry and you gave me to eat, I was thirsty and you gave me to drink, I was a stranger and you welcomed me, I was naked and you clothed me, I was sick and you took care of me, I was in prison and you visited me” (Mt. 25: 35-36).
Our Founder, Most Rev. S. A. Aruliah was very kind and compassionate to the poor and needy. He did everything he could to uplift them. He realized that development was possible only through education. He started many schools and boarding homes for the education of the poor. We are striving to fulfill his dream of seeing every child educated. We believe that every child has the right to education, regardless of gender, class, or religion. For us education means transforming the lives of those we serve. We strive to empower others through education and dispel the darkness of ignorance and illiteracy.
School for Hearing and Speech Impaired
In the villages we find many Hearing impaired children. These children and their parents curse their fate. They think that they are punished by God. Their agony cannot be expressed in words. As always the girl children become more vulnerable in our society. They do not enjoy the same status and privileges as the boys do. On account of the dowry system, the girls are considered as financial liabilities and boys as assets. We make sure that the girls also are given every opportunity to grow and develop.
We focus on every child and show special care and concern and they feel loved and accepted.
Joyful service to the abandoned and destitute.
Service among the Tribals
There is a Divine Law that obliges you and me to relieve the suffering, the distressed and the destitute. The Sisters help the tribals to join the main stream of the Society.