Our Mission History
Lovers of the Holy Cross were founded by a French missionary, Bishop Lambert de La Motte, in Viet Nam, in 1670. Our charism is to direct our mind, heart and life toward Jesus Christ Crucified, and our ministries are in the field of social work, education and health care. Following the footsteps of our Founder, Bishop Lambert de la Motte, we continue to share the love of Christ with all who are suffering through Mission of Love. The Mission of Love started in the summer 2013 for the purpose of serving the poor in the remote areas in North Viet Nam. This is our ninth year on this mission and we still have a lot of work to do.
As visible hands of Christ Crucified, we comfort the poor and alleviate their suffering.
We believe everyone is the image of God and deserves to
be loved and respected.
We seek to improve the lives of the poor.
We serve our brothers and sisters with love.
Transform the world with our love
A Drop of Water
Every bucket, every pond, every river,
and every ocean started with a drop of water.
A single road will open up many paths.
A single roof will shelter many people.
A single well will feed a village.
A single word (education) will change a life.
(By Dr. Hieu Van Ho, MD)
Making A Difference
Meet the Team
Sr. Josefa Ha
Coordinator of Mission of Love
Sr. Josefa oversees all volunteers and is in charge of connecting the leaders of those whom we serve and reviewing projects before accepting to support them.
We all are volunteers. 100% of donation and fundraising will go directly to the projects.
Your donation is tax-deductible.
The check can be made out to:
LHC Mission of Love
10734 S. Widener Ave.
Whittier, CA 90603
Zelle or Venmo
Donate directly through your mobile bank app with Zelle or Venmo. Simply open the Zelle app, add (714) 204-5891 as the recipient and click “Pay” or scan the QR code above to pay with Venmo
"Jesus Christ Crucified is the one and only Object of our minds and hearts"
Bishop Lambert de La Motte
Sr. Madeline Nguyen
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