What we do
Pope Francis called the Catholic Church to be the field hospital in this wounded world that is now battling a third world war whose first target is Christianity. We aim, therefore, to have a personal encounter with the wounded ones, first from our brothers and sisters of the Christian people, then to all others, to be living witnesses to the Gospel of life and salvation to all.
We are shaped after the example of the Good Samaritan (Luke 10:25-37) who goes in person and helps. We are eye witnesses whose call is to assist the oppressed and the poor, and to raise awareness and advocate for those who are persecuted because of their faith in Christ.
The Christian presence is being cut off in the lands of the Middle East, where Christianity all began. We are more than a charity mission, we are the church in action, promoting social justice and defending human rights. We do so by assisting displaced Christian refugees who have sought refuge in Lebanon. Our assistance comes by means of food, medicine, hospitalization, and moving people to safety. Beyond the direct assistance that we provide, our mission works to raise awareness among people who are in the greatest position to help, to move people’s hearts so they will view situations from the perspective of their faith and conscience.
Our core value, through assisting the Christians in places where there is persecutions of the faithful in Christ, is to foster dialogue with other religious groups, to evangelize, and to promote the value of coexistence and the love of the enemy. Christians must not have enemies. The Gospel is universal and, therefore, we take the Gospel beyond Christianity to reach all people whether they have religious beliefs or are without any religious connection.
In this sense, we are an extended community of the Holy Church that is striving for unity amongst all Christians to show solidarity in love.
As such, we aim to give a concrete hope and to evangelize through acts of mercy. Through the means of conferences and special charity actions, we try to stand by our wounded people who are being attacked and are living martyrs because of their faith in Christ. We are the consolers, for we count on the Holy Spirit, who is the source of all of our inspired actions, through which we defend the value of Christian forgiveness and pardon to the enemies who are killing the innocent and prohibiting religious freedom and freedom of existence.
Giving in abundance is one thing, but giving when it hurts is completely more meaningful, and this is what we do: We give when and where it hurts. We are the emergency caregivers in the current crisis that is targeting, killing, wounding, raping, displacing, and impoverishing Christians in the Middle East. We must offer them aid and make people cognizant of the peril that the Christians are suffering again.