The declaration Dignitatis Humanae of Vatican II Council, Dec 7- 1965, confirms that “the right of man to religious freedom has its foundation in the dignity of the person…, fully known to human reason and has its roots in divine revelation.”
Furthermore the United Nations declares that religious freedom is a basic fundamental right entitled to everyone (Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Article 2).
We believe that the human person has the right to practice religious liberty which is the response of man to the original invitation of God to do what is good, to quit evil, to be free from sin, to live in peace and to receive eternal life.
Being a foundational human right, we uphold religious liberty in the life of the human person who is seeking the true religion as defined in the Bible, taught by the Church, protected by the American Constitution and United Nations’ “Universal Declaration of Human Rights” (Art. 2)
We promote religious liberty knowing that it is America’s greatest gift to the world tormented by hate and by religious persecution.
Our Mission like the Good Samaritan is to save lives from all kinds of persecution, rejection, or neglect and to confirm them in God’s image and the Author of all Goodness. Guided by the Spirit of the Lord, and in light of the Gospel, we toil to save the persecuted flock wherever that might be.
With this, our initial aim is to protect and preserve Christianity and its roots; to restore hope, faith and love to all the children of Abraham. We serve based on the two greatest commandments of God: to love God with all your heart, and to love your neighbor as yourself.
We work in all nations as peacemakers, forming new Apostles of Hope and Mercy for God, and sending them forth as ambassadors of Christ, to preach the good news to the poor, to proclaim release to the captives, and recovering of sight to the blind, to set at liberty those who are oppressed to proclaim the acceptable year of the Lord. (Luke 4:18-19)