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Until the 19th century there was no organized from of charitable services in Kerala to care for the poor and the destitute, aged and infirm, unwanted and downtrodden fellow men abandoned in the streets or uncared for at home. Deeply moved by Jesus words "as you did it to one of the least of these my brethren, you did it tome" ( Mt.25:40) Rev. Fr. Varghese Payapilly a zealous and devoted priest from Ernakulam diocese came forward with the idea of founding a congregation to continue Christ's redemptive mission among the poor. The life of venerable Fr Varghese Payapilly was a tireless run to wherever there was a cry for help. His strength derived from his contemplation that necessarily merged into apostolic action. At the aftermath of the tragic flood of 1924, he was increasingly convinced of the need of starting a home for the aged destitute. The social situation of that time in Kerala was such that there was no organized form of charitable services to care for the aged poor.
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