St. Joseph Province

St. Joseph's Province

Missionaries of Compassion

“Do as I have done” Jn 13,15
Food for the Hungry
Blood Donation
St. Xavier School, Lazu
Minor Seminary, Ullar
Minor Seminary, Ullar
St. Andrew's School. Thozhuthoor
Medical Camp
Mission in Ornalpur, Assam
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Welcome to St. Joseph Province, Missionaries of Compassion

Missionaries of Compassion is a Religious Society of Apostolic Life of diocesan right, founded by Rev. Dr. Jose Kaimlett under the patronage of the Archbishop of Hyderabad. Rev. Dr. Jose Kaimlett is the Founder also of the Clerical Missionary Society of Heralds of Good News and the Missionary Sisters of Good News. Fr. Jose was a philanthropist who undertook many developmental activities for the benefit of the poor and the downtrodden in the remotest villages of the central-south and north east regions of India and East Africa. 



The Charism

Alleviation of the sufferings of any kind of our brethren by compassionate service



The Motto

“Do as I have done” Jn 13,15



The Vision

Glory of God and the sanctification of the members

News and Events

Our Founder

Rev. Fr. Jose Kaimlett

Thought for the day from Father Founder

Verse of the Day

from New Revised Standard Version

No one after lighting a lamp hides it under a jar, or puts it under a bed, but puts it on a lampstand, so that those who enter may see the light.

The Mission

The object of Society is to work for the glory of God and the sanctification of its members following the rules and regulations of the Society by bringing solace and comfort to the suffering.

Scope and Purpose

The specific purpose of the Society is alleviation of the sufferings of any kind of our brethren by our compassionate service and the scope of the institute is the work of compassion and charity to the unfortunate brethren of the Society.

Heavenly Patrons

The Society has “Mary, Mother of Mercy and Compassion” the perfect symbol of the merciful love of God, and St. Joseph as its heavenly patrons.

Become a Missionary of Compassion

Jesus tells his disciples,
“Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and
sisters of mine, you did for me (Mt. 25,40).

We as Christians are called to serve the spiritual and
material needs of people whose lives are often very different from our own.
Do you feel called to sacrifice your own comfort to compassionately serve those who are dealing with serious problems like hunger, poverty and sickness or those struggling with spiritual poverty?

If you believe God is calling you to uplift the lives of others,
or if you have been dreaming to be a priest to serve God and His people,
then consider becoming a Missionary of Compassion.

For more information contact:
[email protected]

Sponsor a Seminarian

We have a number of Seminarians in various levels of formation.
Many of them come from good Catholic families who cannot afford all the expenses of 10-12 years of seminary studies. It is the prayers and support of persons like you that keep us on the trail, and on the wing, and so enable us to bring the Holy Mass and the Sacraments and ministries of the Church to our brothers and sisters far and wide.

Your generous support will help in the formation of a priest and this priest
could be part of your family.
He will pray for you and your family as a member of your family. 

For more information contact:
[email protected]

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