Maranatha Caring Mission (MCM) comprise of three words which represent the Blessed Trinity (Father, Son, and Holy Spirit).  MCM logo is triangular in shape with each word firmly placed in each side of the triangle and each side delicately co-joined to the other such that none can stand on its own. Thus, if any side of the triangle is disconnected, the entire triangle will collapse and lose its meaning.  

The Blessed Virgin Mary, Mother of Christ and Mother of the Church is centrally positioned within the work and mission of Maranatha. She is her custodian and guide. Within the triangle is the letter “M” representing Mary and this is situated above the word “Mission” with a blue color, the color of our Blessed Mother Mary.

Above the letter “M” is the image of our Lord Jesus Christ crucified. This image has a significant, clear, and meaningful message for the Maranatha Caring Mission and her apostolate. Maranatha sees in each patient, the face of Jesus who is sick, poor, and needy. Whatever services that needs to be provided, would be carried out with all compassion, tenderness and love knowing that all creatures of God are made in the image and likeness of God.  The words of Jesus unequivocally resonate for Maranatha Caring Mission. Jesus, in Matthew 25:40 says, “whatsoever you do to the least of my brethren that you do unto me. I was sick, you cared for me, naked you clothed me, hungry you fed me, thirsty you gave me water, and in prison you visited me.” 

The dove, the symbol of the Holy Spirit and a messenger of peace is an integral part of the Maranatha mission. The dove is calm but strongly connected to the top of the triangle with its face outside the triangle. It is the Gentle Dove of the Spirit of the Father and the Son carrying a green olive branch and bringing to the broken world the mission of God’s peace. As Maranatha shares the love of Jesus and cares for others, the mission would bring peace into the lives of many. Maranatha, Come Lord Jesus.