Divine Mercy Care
May 28, 2010
I originally got involved with DMC/Tepeyac as a pragmatic way of being “Pro-Life.” You can tell a couple experiencing an unplanned, crisis pregnancy not to have an abortion. But with DMC/Tepeyac you can also show people a caring path to pre-natal care and delivery support. And the doctors at DMC/Tepeyac are dedicated to practicing exceptional medicine, so this is truly a wonderful asset in our community.
Having been involved with DMC/Tepeyac now for a few years, I have really come to appreciate their “Transforming Hearts through Healthcare” message. This message is in part a restoring of a faith-based perspective to healthcare that truly reinforces human dignity and caring in the practice of medicine. You can see the joy that faith-based practice brings to the doctors and nurses at DMC/Tepeyac. This joy touches patients and doctors in other practices , and is having a healing effect that is broad reaching.
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
I have personally seen the results of this organization at their annual Gala. When they introduce some of the heroic women who have fought to keep their babies through the aid of the DMC doctors and nurse, it is truly a moving experience.
How frequently have you been involved with the organization?
About every month
When was your last experience with this nonprofit?
Volunteer & I organize speaking engagements, distribute literature and raise funds for this charity.