To offer a place of healing and evangelization where God's suffering people and their families, young and old, can find spiritual consolation and guidance, comfort and peace. A place that will continue to nurture families even after the journey of their loved one is complete.
Adopted August 14, 2015
In Louisiana, the incidence of cancer and other debilitating, sometimes terminal illness, is among the highest in the United States. While our community aggressively battles this alarming reality, it must also reach out to the sick and dying to address their needs–including the provision of spiritual guidance and comfort for them and their families.
God's people need to have a place that will provide comfort and peace–a place that will continue to nurture families even after the journey of their loved one is complete.
Sister Dulce Maria has prayed with and comforted the sick, terminally ill and their families. She has offered spiritual guidance to those who seek the Lord. She has been led to see the importance of having a place where God's suffering people and their families could find spiritual consolation and guidance.