What is the Mother of Mercy Clinic?
Mother of Mercy Free Medical Clinic will serve as a portal into the many other services offered by Catholic Charities including adoption, food, emergency shelter, mental health counseling, and immigration and refugee services.
Make a Difference
“The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.” Edmund Burke
A small group of Catholic entrepreneurs—from several parishes in and around Manassas—formed a charitable Trust called BVM Foundation, with the goal of transforming the former clinic into a hub of life-saving services.
Be a part of our incredible story of redemption.
With your support, we can:
Support the Poor
Connect Catholic Charities
Keep the Doors Open
Hire full time staff
Help Foster a Culture of Life
Do you attend the March for Life? Are you regularly involved in online pro-life groups?
Do you pray rosaries at abortion clinics on weekends?
Closing an abortion clinic isn’t the end. It’s the beginning.
Do you wish that you could do more for the culture of life right here, in your immediate area? Now you can!
Often, we don’t get to see the good results of our prayers, donations and efforts. Now you can. You can help create this redemption story.
Closing an abortion clinic means nothing if we don’t replace it with life. Join us.
We’re about more than just stopping abortions.
Right here in Manassas, you can make this happen for as little as $1 a month. This clinic survives, and the amazing story continues.
All thanks to you.
Latest news and updates
BVM Members, Praise God for all his blessings and mercies! The second half of our clinic is remodeled and has been blessed by our Bishop and is now open for patients! Monday Jan 14 was an amazing morning at the Clinic—we were blessed to have Bishop Burbidge...
BVM Members, Wishing all of you BVM supporters a blessed and joy filled Advent! We have wonderful news from the Mother of Mercy Clinic - one of the earliest goals, that of providing care for expectant mothers in need - is becoming a reality! On January 8th, a local...