We have received as our legacy the Charism of Hospitality. We devote ourselves as our mission, following the example of our Founder, to the sick and to those who are suffering. Our dedication to the suffering covers both health care and welfare. We serve the sick, in general, and the mentally ill. We have centres and programs for the mentally impaired, the physically disabled, the elderly, the homeless, and those suffering from drug and alcohol dependency.
In addition to the Brothers, we have professional co-workers incorporated to our mission and volunteers as well as an army of benefactors who have faith in a project and support us by providing us with resources.
Drawing on our identity as Catholic centers, we endeavor not only to treat or rehabilitate our guests, or to accompany them in their state of sickness or marginalization, but also to foster evangelization by spreading the good news that Jesus Christ brought to us through our words, but above all through our lives. The primary way we evangelize is by welcoming in everyone, as they are, and playing a part in the process of drawing close to Jesus Christ and His Church, in the quest to find meaning for their lives.