To manifest the Divine Charity of the Blood of Christ in the world and in the Church

Founded, Date/Place6th January, 1873 at Pagani – Italy
FounderBlessed Thomas Maria Fusco
Canonical Status:Pontifical right
Motto:Charity and love.
CharismRetract and reflect the most vivid image of Christ which the Divine Blood is a sign, an expression, a measure and a pledge.
Apostolate:Care of the Orphans/Vulnerable Children, Education of the Youth, care of the sick/ Aged.
Mission Statement:For God so loved the world that he gave his only son that whoever believes in Him shall be saved.

Delegate Superior: Sr. Dominica Agulanna, DCPB

Our Lady of Perpetual Help Delegation House,

50, Lake Nwaebere St. Aladimma, Ikenegbu Road

P.O. Box 1752 Owerri, Imo State, Nigeria.

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Mobile: 09128175924/07080990924

Our Apostolate

Thomas Maria Fusco, was born at Pagani Salerno (SA) Italy in 1831. He was ordained a Priest in 1855. A most zealous Priest, he promoted the Cult of the Most Precious Blood in his local church. Understanding the needs of the times he directed his apostolate principally to the youth.

His Charity was directed to every form of need and poverty. Children, Youth, Laborers, the poor, the sick and the aged.

With fiery Zeal he also stirred up many Priestly and religious vocations to join him in his mission. Since his death on February 24,1891, his ministry towards the needy continues untiringly from heaven through his protection, paternal prayers and blessing, the Divine power of the Most Precious Blood of Jesus Christ and also through the institute founded by Him; Daughters of the Charity of the Most Precious Blood. This institute was founded on January 6th, 1873 (Epiphany of the Lord) with three Sisters and seven orphans and on the 5th of August 1912, the Congregation acquired a pontifical status, under the jurisdiction of Pope Pius X, and hence, subject to the jurisdiction of the Holy See.

The Congregation is in most countries of the world: Italy, USA, Brazil, India, Philippines, Indonesia, Nigeria and proximately our presence is felt in Cameroon.

Thomas Maria Fusco was beatified on the 7th of October 2001 by his holiness Pope John Paul II amidst the joy of his spiritual daughters, friends, well wishers of the Congregation, in union with the whole Church on earth, in accord with the triumphant Church in heaven. He is now known as — Blessed Thomas Maria Fusco.

Our Spirituality and Charism
Our founder, drawing his logical inference said, “We must commit ourselves to derive and reflect the Most vivid image of that Divine Charity with which Christ’s Blood was shed and of which that same Divine Blood was, and is a sign, an expression, a measure, and a pledge. Therefore, we always perceive in the Blood of Jesus not only the proof of His greatest Love, but also the Supreme and undisputable manifestation of the love that the father has for humanity. And this has been the “object of our love and adoration”. The Crucifix is an object of Contemplat ion, reflection and meditation for us. For us, “He who studies the Crucifix well knows everything”. We consider this point with a particular characterization Jesus gave and continues to give His Blood for the “Triumph of His mercy as a manifestation of His infinite love for us”. It is this Divine Charity of the Blood that specifies and defines our identity as Daughters of the Charity of the Most Precious Blood

Our Apostolate
The Congregation is called upon to manifest the Divine Charity of the Blood of Christ in the world and in the Church through these ministries which bring salvation to her fellow men:

1. Education (school apostolate)
2. Assisting the Sick (hospital apostolate)
3. Assisting the aged (old peoples’ home)
4. Social assistance (home for orphans and vulnerable children)
5. Catechetical Activities.

Sisters in Perpetual Vows

  1. Sr. Dorothy Ebere Nwokonkwo
  2. Sr. Caroline Chinedu Ogulewe
  3. Sr. Geraldine Oluchukwu Njoku
  4. Sr. Constance Ngozi Unachukwu
  5. Sr. Faustian Chinwendu Nzeji
  6. Sr. Getrude Ugochi Nwachukwu
  7. Sr. Judith Chinuruekpere Ezeji
  8. Sr. Cordelia Chinyere Okoro
  9. Sr. Chizoman Onyemauchechukwu Okoro
  10. Sr. Edith Girikauche Chukwu Olekoro
  11. Sr. Caroline Chizobam Chinaka
  12. Sr. Ijeoma Anayochukwu Onuha
  13. Sr. Juliana Chidubem Nwaneri
  14. Sr. Georgina Nkechi Eze
  15. Sr. Edith Fabian Ngozi Nnolum
  16. Sr. Grace Nnwasinachi Anyanwu
  17. Sr. Emmanuela Kasarachi Onyeghala
  18. Sr. Faustina Chinenyenwa Anyanwu
  1. Sr. Monica Chigozie Ama
  2. Sr. RoseAnn Nwanyisonde Madu
  3. Sr. Veronica Okwuchi Ogazi
  4. Sr. Priscilla Akunna Irofuala
  5. Sr. Rosemary Ugomma Ihentuge
  6. Sr. Maureen Nkewchinyere Azuoma
  7. Sr. Callista Chinyere Oparaocha
  8. Sr. Stellamaris Amaka Okeke
  9. Sr. Agatha Amuruiheahara Onyeulo
  10. Sr. Lucy Ogehi Nnorom
  11. Sr. Perpetua Chinyere Opara
  12. Sr. Sussana Ahuruchi Nwangwu
  13. Sr. Jacinta Ojiugo Mmegwa
  14. Sr. Agatha Ogechi Nkemakolam
  15. Sr. Miriam Uchechi Anyanwu
  16. Sr. Regina Chibuzo Ibe
  17. Sr. Juliet Ogechi Ejinwa
  18. Sr. Martha Chidimma Nwakauchi
  19. Sr. Modesta Nkechinyere Ekechukwu
  20. Sr. Edith Adaego Obioma
  21. Sr. Edith Akudo Onuoha
  1. Sr. Charity Nwaishi
  2. Sr. Mercy Onyehurummaju Emesurum
  3. Sr. Angela Nkechinyere Iheanaetu
  4. Sr. Magdalene Aershimana Akighir
  5. Sr. Rita O. Onovughokpor
  6. Sr. Janeprecious Chisom Okonko
  7. Sr. Kate Basil Chinenye Anyanwu
  8. Sr. Comfort Hilaseen Iorzaa
  9. Sr. Pauline Olileanya Obasi
  10. Sr. Dorothy Kelechi Ekeh
  11. Sr. Virginia Ngozi Anaynwu
  12. Sr. Elizabeth Mmaegbulam Ozobulu
  13. Sr. Rufina Akuzuo Egbukichi
  14. Sr. Eucharia Nkechinyere Uchendu
  15. Sr. Christiana Nkiruka Ikewelugo
  16. Sr. Scholastica Chinyere Okoroafor
  17. Sr. Maria Nnorom
  18. Sr. Maria Chimaobi Diala
  19. Sr. Angela Ugo
  20. Sr. Oluchi Victoria Achionye
  21. Sr. Theresa Chdiubem Onyegbule
  1. Sr. Caroline Ebere Anochiri
  2. Sr. Philomena Ulumma Akuwudike
  3. Sr. Stella Chizoba Onyemaobi
  4. Sr. Domenica Agulanna
  5. Sr. Faustina Nkechinyere Chukwu
  6. Sr. Francisca Ebere Akalonu
  7. Sr. Felicity Chinwendu Agu
  8. Sr. Anthonia Oluchi Ijemaru
  9. Sr. Dorothy Chioma Dibiuo
  10. Sr. Grace Chinyereugo Ohaka
  11. Sr. Victoria Ukamaka Chukwu
  12. Sr. Maureen Uloma Dike
  13. Sr. Imelda Chimezie Opara
  14. Sr. Agnes Chijioke Aguocha
  15. Sr. Sussana Obiaku
  16. Sr. Sir Lucy Ebere Ohaka
  17. Sr. Georgina Akunna Odor
  18. Sr. Florence Ojiugo Eke
  19. Sr. Clementina Nkechi Iwuh
  20. Sr. Rosemary Ugochinyere Ekeopara
  21. Sr. Stella Maris Urewuche Onuoha
  22. Sr. Ursula Onyinyechukwu Uba