The Rosa Mystica Health Mission was founded in 2007 by a Canadian priest, a French doctor, and a Filipina nurse. Since that time, the mission hosts an annual one to two-week medical mission (with the exception of 2021 due to Covid restrictions). Missionaries from the Philippines, France, Switzerland, Belgium, Poland, Canada, the USA, Australia, Korea, Malaysia, and other countries have combined over the years to provide relief to all parts of the Philippines. The annual mission provides pediatric and adult consultations, dental consultations and extractions, eye exams and glasses, minor surgeries such as cyst removals, wound care, prenatal consultations, and medications. Some testing is also available onsite such as electrocardiograms and urinalysis. Catechism classes, rosaries, scapulars, miraculous medals, house blessings, and sacraments are also readily available to all interested patients. However, the work of the Rosa Mystica Health Mission does not end with the annual mission. There is a small Filipino team that works tirelessly year round to care for its compatriots. This team provides follow-up care to patients who need additional testing or who may need consultations and procedures that were beyond the capabilities of the mission. Additionally, they undertake outreach missions as they are approached by those in need. They have provided health education (hand hygiene, dental hygiene, and nutrition education), water sanitation (education as well as water pumps), medical care, and religious assistance (as listed above but also building churches) to isolated communities. Occasionally, this team also provides assistance such as food, water, and rebuilding of homes to communities devastated by natural disasters.