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The Central House Community


(Established on December 9, 1985)

The Central House, located at Kingsville Executive Village, Antipolo City, is the seat of the Phillippine Delegation. It provides a welcoming spirit for the Sisters coming from other communities and an ideal place for meetings of all the Sisters. Moreover, the Central House is the locus of the Sisters and young women in formation. Dedicated women from all over Asia who wish to develop themselves as religious in the totality of their humanity and to offer themselves to God through the service of the poor and the sick are given here the opportunity to do so. These women presently from India, Indonesia, and all over the Philippines find the guidance they need and the joy of living community life. They also receive training in human development, religious and spiritual formation, formal and non-formal studies on health care and other courses related to the charism.

Part of the formation of the Sisters is the direct contact with the reality of sickness and poverty affecting our society. The apostolate of the community consists then of ministry to families, the aged, women, children with special needs, and the sick in their homes. One of the community’s dreams is to organize ways of contemplative healing as well as the traditional approach to medical treatment for common sicknesses.

Furthermore, the Central House is also a venue for children and family activities and gatherings of the elderly. Fora and seminars on relevant and burning issues of our times are held here too.

Central House Community: PROJECTS & PROGRAMS


The Camillian Sisters in Mambugan


(Established in January 1993)
Website: http://mambugan.camilliansisters.org

The Camillian Sisters in Mambugan manage various programs: the OMD Polyclinic, the Bahay Kanlungan and the Livelihood program for parents and caregivers.


  • Camillian Sisters’ Polyclinic

    It serves as Polyclinic and family health care center. It provides daily medical and dental, X-ray, rehabilitation and other medical assessment examination services. It also establishes regular medical/dental missions in distant areas at the foot of the mountain of Antipolo.
    The San Lorenzo Ruiz Community


    (Established in December 8, 1993)

    The sisters reside in a house situated at the former San Juan relocation area of squatters in the Municipality of the former President, Joseph Estrada. It is an environment where small houses are under water during rainy days. Residents are forced to stay here rather than renting houses near the city for lack of economic stability. Besides, their homes being demolished, they were driven out from the place where they used to work. At this time, most of the adults are jobless due to contractualization of the employment agreement of business companies.

    The Camillian Sisters in Digos


    (Established on Sept. 1, 2002)

    Surrounded by high mountains, adorned with verdant hills, enriched by a gorgeous sea, Digos is a beautiful, relatively small city in Davao del Sur. It is easy to feel at home there and our Sisters did feel immediately at home when they began their community life in a house provided by the Bishop at Lim Extension Street.

    From the early days of their presence in the place, groups of children stopped for a while, as they came home from school, to chat with the Sister who might be watering the plants in the garden or getting the clothes dried by the sun. And they continue to do so.

    The Camillian Sisters in Mati

    (Established on July 24, 2004)

    Camillian Hospital Based Community – St. Camillus Hospital, Madang, Mati City, Davao Oriental

    The Sisters are now working with the general services and community based health care program.  Sr. Adeline Labutan is assigned in the property management and inventory, Sr. Lourdes Custodio, works with the purchase department and Sr. Leandrina Aclan, manages the community based health care program and the mobile clinic for the remote areas’ services on medical, laboratory exams and medicine distribution.  This is to ensure the needs of the poor sick who cannot afford to go to Clinics for check due to distance.