Franciscan Missionaries of the Divine Motherhood (FMDM)

Franciscan - International Congregation of religious Catholic women who live the Gospel way of life as Saint Francis of Assisi.

Who is St Francis of Assisi? A radical reformer of the 13th century in Italy whose passionate commitment to Christ led him to a life of utter poverty in the service of the poor. Inspired by Saint Francis of Assisi, the Franciscan Missionaries of the Divine Motherhood (FMDM) reach out to care for the poor, sick and dying.

Missionaries - a willingness to be sent anywhere realizing that all people, whether living in our own country, across national or cultural boundaries, sharing the joy, the pain and the suffering of our brothers and sisters wherever.

Divine of Motherhood - Encouraging the birthing of new life in Christ by being a channel of God's maternal love, helping others to recognize the loving presence of God in their daily experiences. Sharing in Mary's divine motherhood especially to those most vulnerable in today's world include the family, children and women.

Our Mission - sharing the joy, pain and suffering of our brothers and sisters, especially the poor, sick and dying, the marginalized. Healthcare was one of the many ways in which the Congregation tries to fulfill its mission, hence Mount Alvernia Hospital, which was built as a Catholic Hospital in 1961.

St. Joseph's Convent

Sr. Juliana Chin

Local Leader

154, Jalan Bungur
42000 Port Klang, Selangor

+603 3165 9894 

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