We have set a number of goals. How are we going to achieve them?


World Peace Radio: This is a 24-hour online radio that introduces fresh means to reconcile people, to foster fellowship among nations and to promote mutual understanding. As an important means for spreading ideas and influencing people, it can connect them to Christian values and messages. Through this radio, people are free to express the heart of the Gospel which is the everlasting mercy of the Father.


Email – Daily Bread: The pious thoughts published daily in our Daily Bread program provide matter for meditation on God’s word.


WhatsApp Group Message: Through this service, we communicate with people in order to understand their problems and concerns and to provide suitable biblical messages to fill them with hope and to uplift their spirits. These inspirational thoughts will work wonders for those who trust in the Lord.


Posting peace videos on YouTube: These videos have therapeutic value to resolve emotional issues, helping sufferers identify the root causes of their worries, and to work out solutions based on their own hunches. God works through incommunicable means.


Media Mission: Media is the ‘in’ thing today. Unlike in the past, today media dominate our lives and influence people as never before. We have thought up a number of ways to reach out to people.


Online Magazine: This a free online journal that explores the theological and pastoral implications of New Evangelization. It helps strengthen your faith in God and boosts your skill to defend it at all times. The articles in the Magazine, written by reputed Catholic and non-Catholic authors, reinforce the Christian perspective on life.


World Peace Television: This channel televises news, entertainment, children’s shows and music programs as well as religious discourses.


WPM Facebook: The WPM Facebook helps to live our lives transparently, demonstrating the unconditional love as explained in 2 Corinthians 2-15. It is a quick way to recognize God’s truth in others’ lives.


IPL (International Prayer Line): This prayer line has been set up to promote God’s glory and to serve Him as requested by people from all over the world through the prayer line.


Twitter: Through Twitter, people can share ideas and experiences relating to the Christian ministry or personal news, and find ways to promote world peace.

Print Media: WPM aims to train youngsters up to 12 years old. Kids are deeply influenced by the modern media. If they behave violently, partly the blame goes to the media which exhibit violent behaviour as something glorious.


Our target is to create anti-violent behaviour patterns in children so that they begin to appreciate other cultures and religions. They thus develop a broadness of vision and the philosophy of ‘live and let live’.


News portal ( This is a daily online newspaper that carries the latest developmental news from around the world. It is the human element in all news that draws the attention of this portal. We realize that we have the power to make a difference to the lives of people through our right thinking and action.



One Heart, One World: Media and technology together can save lives, and respond to violent crises. We belong to the new generation of peace-builders who have the knowledge and power to change perceptions and philosophies.


Peace Garden: The number of people gazing at your face diminishes as you age and your personal charm wanes. When your talents begin to vanish, others may find you burdensome. That is human love. That is the limit to human love to cling to.


The Psalmist, David, said it unambiguously: “Even if no one in this world wants me, and discards me, yet God will keep me safe under His golden wings.”


WPM is launching a housing scheme for couples who have grown old, as well as for single persons who find their life lonely, so that they can come together under a common umbrella, where they can pray together, take care of their health, entertain themselves, and lead fulfilled lives.


WPM is arranging a housing project under particular chapters in different phases. Let us join hands and pray for this project. Peace Garden is a God-inspired project to fulfill this goal. For more information, contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Alternatives to Violence Programme (AVP): The following are guidelines for transforming raw power from violence to peace, to find peace within and around you and within your community:


  • Seek to resolve conflicts by reaching for common ground
  • Reach for the goodness in others
  • Listen fully before arriving at conclusions
  • Base your judgment on truth alone
  • Be prepared to revise your position, if proven wrong
  • Expect to experience great inward power to act
  • Risk being creative rather than being violent
  • Use surprise and a liberal dose of humour
  • Learn to trust your intuition when to act
  • Be willing to pay the price for what is important
  • Patience and persistence pays
  • Base your community on honesty, respect and caring.





Peace Village: Small huts are arranged for homeless, aged couples who are able to take care of themselves, and support each other. The aim is to provide the opportunity to stay together with their loved ones. Trained volunteers will be at hand in cases of emergency. Partner with institutions that care for the marginalized and the downtrodden, refugees and war victims.


  • Challenge the youth to pursue great ideals like love and universal peace.
  • Help the youth develop a sense of respect for one another and unity among themselves.
  • Ensure that youth activities are well planned, coordinated and carried out well. Make the youth realize that Peace Agents and Youth Animators can only accompany them; they cannot take over their lives. Therefore, they are to take full responsibility for their own lives.
  • Make the adults understand that young people have their own share to contribute to society and the world at large.
  • Help the young develop integrally.
  • Help the youth take up their responsibilities and play their role through different youth groups in society.
  • Help young people play their part in their immediate families since all Youth Mission is an extension of the Family Mission.
  • Encourage indifferent youths to belong to youth groups.
  • Help young people realize the need to work in collaboration with other organizations and the entire Peace Community.

Volunteer to support refugee/emergency aid; your local shelters need your help. Spare some time to help others in need. You can help organizations that have been struggling to respond to the demand for help.


The power of volunteering: It is food for the soul. Unexpected natural calamities demand large numbers of volunteers and supporting measures including life-saving measures, first aid, shelter, food, clothes, medical aid, etc.

Students must be involved in the education and motivation of their colleagues to promote equality and fair play. Student volunteers and peace community in schools can take initiative to provide information on social justice.



Practice what you preach: Remember, social justice begins at home. There is no point going out and urging others in the community to change their words and actions if you haven’t first looked at your own stamping ground. Get your children, friends and family members involved, and keep them informed and educated about social justice issues and human rights. It will help give them get a global perspective on their school work and life, keeping in mind that they are the future.



Youth leadership for peace is a participatory methodology for youth and young professionals in the organization. It incorporates local cultural traditions and starts with simple activities that help break the ice, and encourages imagination and work. Participants then develop scope for resolving real-life conflict issues and perform them in their communities, engaging it to be part of the goal and contribute to the resolution.




Peace communities can be formed in schools and colleges. Giving responsibilities to students to communicate, organize and teach various activities will enable them to build up their abilities to be leaders, and they will learn to work as a team by supporting and encouraging one another to achieve the ultimate goal of peace to every human being on earth.


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Let us join hands and forge ahead with our programmes for World Peace Mission. The ideal is to work for projects ‘on earth as it is in heaven’. We should notice the spark of divinity in everything and everyone and treat it with due respect and reverence. Feed the hungry, provide drink for the thirsty,  welcome the outsider, protect the privacy of the naked, provide nursing care for the sick and the dying, mark each life on earth and work sincerely for this aim, and to teach it and to inspire others to do the same. World Peace Mission is the stage for this enterprise.




Head Quarters

World Peace Mission
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South India
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