Vision & Mission, Objectives


Having received the mandate from Jesus Christ, the Divine Healer, to ensure life in its fullness, and inspired by His compassionate love, the Catholic Church in India envisages a healthy society where people, especially the poor and marginalized, attain and maintain holistic well-being and live in harmony with the Creator, with self, with one another and with the environment.


  • To provide humanizing care considering the dignity of the person and the needs of society.
  • To ensure promotive, preventive, curative and rehabilitative health care to all, particularly to the poor and the marginalized through their empowerment.
  • To engage in social mobilization of the community by creating awareness on rights, duties and responsibilities related to health issues.


  • To make quality health services available, affordable and accessible to all, especially in the underserved areas
  • To empower people to plan for their health and health care needs and access their health care rights.
  • To cooperate and collaborate with the government and other agencies to make health care accessible for all, in accordance with the teachings of the Church.
  • To observe all ethical norms according to the teachings of the Church, professional bodies and just laws of the country.
  • To show compassion for all, serve preferentially the poor, the vulnerable and the marginalized.
  • To practice and transmit the Christian vision of care, in a world of commercialized health care.
  • To facilitate spiritual assistance to everyone we serve, according to their faith, so that the experience of sickness and healing can be transformed into one of personal growth and development.
  • To promote health education, training and research

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