Velankanni Church, one of the religious destinations, is arranged on the Bay of Bengal drift. The heavenly altar was developed in the memory of the Lady of Health, otherwise called the Madonna of Velankanni. She was prestigious among the general population for having wonderful forces. Committed to Virgin Mary and the Heavenly Mother, this congregation is well known as a Sacred Arogya Matha Church.
As indicated by the original copies, Mother Mary once went to this altar with Jesus in the sixteenth or mid seventeenth century. It is likewise said that Mary showed up in the fantasies of Father Arulappa and communicated her want of having a congregation in her name. For building the same, Arulappa alongside J.P Dsouza, an architect, at last settled an Annai Velankanni Church at the site.
Lodging a 97 feet Belfry, the congregation was begun in 1971 and was opened in 1972. Offerings are made to God as ious states of candles, for example, if there should be an occurrence of jaundice, a liver molded flame is advertised. The protection focus at the congregation displays little brilliant or silver reproductions of the organs that have been introduced to God after the infection has been cured. Speaking to a Gothic style of engineering, the working of the congregation is painted white, while the rooftop is secured with red tiles. The congregation composes Holy masses in eight dialects to be specific, English, Tamil, Kannada, Malayalam, Telugu, Hindi, Konkani and Marathi.