Healing Hands of Christ Offered by “Kamay ni Hesus Healing Church”





For Christian believers, this shrine provides hope for people searching to be healed from their illnesses, especially those whose diagnoses can no longer find cure regardless of modern medical interventions.





“Kamay ni Hesus Healing Church” is located in Barangay Tinamnan, town of Lucban, province of Quezon in Southern Philippines. It was constructed in 2002 through the efforts of a Filipino Catholic priest, Rev. Fr. Joseph Ayala Faller. The five-hectare shrine features the Via Dolorosa Grotto, the Healing Church, a mini-replica of Noah’s Ark, the Sea of Galilie, a Holy Family Park, and a Pastoral Center.


Rev. Fr. Joseph Ayala Faller.


Father Faller initially didn’t truly believed he had the gift of healing, until testimonies of people who attended his masses and were prayed over by him poured like rain. To him, he was just a regular priest ministering to the spiritual needs of the community where he was assigned. Until he met an accident that nearly cost him his life. Fr. Faller’s right hand was severely injured, that his index and small fingers became curled, and no amount of medical operations here and abroad was able to straighten them back. He then realized and accepted that the Lord wanted him to be His instrument to heal people, because upon closer look, his right hand resembled that of the risen Christ as well as that of Baby Jesus (El Senor Sto. Nino). Fr. Faller and his family then decided to construct “Kamay ni Hesus Healing Center” on their land, where people can come to seek refuge, peace, and healing.


Structural Features of “Kamay ni Hesus”