Who We Are
About our family

Father Phillip

Founder of Fam­ily Jesus the Healer starts his missionary journey to Heal the Fam­ily by restor­ing them to God’s order as reflected in the Holy Family-Jesus, Mary, and Joseph-through coun­sel­ing, prayer, heal­ing prayer, teach­ing and the mass. On earth the Holy Fam­ily most per­fectly reflected the fam­ily love expressed in the Divine Family of the Trin­ity. In order to min­is­ter to fam­i­lies, our mem­bers strive to become fam­ily for one another.

Mother Agnes MaryMother Agnes Mary

Mother Agnes Mary is from Cov­ing­ton, Luisianna and is the Ser­vant Mother of our community. She has a great inter­est in promoting natural family planning. She also is a wonderful dancer and has choreographed some original dances that express faith and pure love. She grad­u­ated from FSU in field of nursing.

Father Isaac FrancisFr. Isaac Francis

Fr. Isaac Francis is our Servant Father (Superior) of the Community. He is from Clearwater, Florida and grad­u­ated from the University of South Florida in Electrical Engineering and worked as a civil servant for the Air Force for seven years. He enjoys basketball, bike riding, tennis and is also an accomplished musician.

Contact & Donations

Office Hours: 9am-10pm except Sundays
Email Address: isaacfjh@gmail.com
Men's House Phone: 011–518-263-3622
Woman's Convent Phone: 011–518-263-4454
Online Donations Are Welcome!
If you donate a value of $100.00 USD or more then we will create a link to a site of your choice.

Sister Elizabeth becomes a novice and Br. Maximilian makes profession

My Heart Is Broken

Fr. Philip speaks from his heart on the very sensitive issue of the recent scandals due to homosexuality and pedophilia in the Church.

World Youth Day with Fr. Juan María

Looking back at the wonderful trip to Poland and looking forward to the upcomming trip to Panama, Fr. Juan María is the organizer who loves to bring the youth to an experience of the universality of the Church in the great events of the World Youth Days.


Puerto Maldonado is a city in Southeastern Peru in the Amazon forest 55 kilometres (34 mi) west of the Bolivian border; located at the confluence of the Tambopata and Madre de Dios rivers, the latter which joins the Madeira River as a tributary of the Amazon. It is the capital of the Madre de Dios Region. Nearby are the Manú National Park, Tambopata National Reserve, and Bahuaja-Sonene National Park, which have been established to protect natural resources. These are some of the most pristine primary rain forests in the world.
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