Medical service is a crying need in our world. It is praise worthy that the SABS ministry of healing has an important role in our work of evangelization. The dedicated service, care and comfort of the sisters working in the hospitals and dispensaries offer to the sick and their relatives at the hour of their greatest need and distress bear witness to the love, compassion and kindness of Christ who while on earth healed the sick and comforted and afflicted. The main goal of our healing ministry is the proclamation of the Good News that life is worth living because it is a precious gift from God. The objective of this ministry is to respond to all those who are in need of healing in the holistic sense and to be sensitive to the needy and committed to serve the poor. We treat all human beings from conception to natural death with deep respect and care. Following the steps of the Good Samaritan, we commit ourselves to the ministry of the sick with tenderness and compassion. Seeing the Eucharistic Lord in the faces of the physically, mentally and spiritually wounded, we give them the compassionate touch of the Lord and try to help them to regain their natural health. Sisters give health education to the people in the villages. People are given instruction concerning the prevention and care of diseases, promotion of health and first aid.
We make our ministry to the sick, a continuous adoration. We draw all to the Holy Eucharist, the nectar of the sick, the refuge of the weak and the bread of life, through our merciful dealings and unselfish love.
The healing ministry of Lord Jesus Christ is being continued by our sisters at Bhikiwind and in Germany. Our sisters become real friends of humanity, willing to serve with high spirit of sacrifice, prudence, sympathy and tenderness. As they try to cure the bodily ailments they pay special attention to their mental and spiritual well-being. The sisters thus bring about healing to the sick, and give Eucharistic Love to each one of them and draw them to the Divine Savior in the Eucharist with their tenderness and care.