Includes: Autism, Alzheimer's, Bi-Polar, Depression, Dev. Disabled, Schizophrenia + all others

 

  SPIRITUAL BENEFITS OF MEMBERSHIP !

As a member, you share in the graces from the prayers of many people.

Saint Pope John Paul II and  Pope Benedict XVI  also have felt  this same compassion and understanding for those afflicted with and affected by the tragedy of mental illness.

They have both written to the Guild and gave their Apostolic Blessing to all of us.   And they both assured us of their prayers.

Over 400 hundred consecrated religious representing their communities from the United States, Canada and abroad have personally written to us  acknowledging their membership in “Spirit and Prayer” by being your spiritual support for the members of the Guild.

 

Will you, too, add to this spiritual support?  You too, can pray with us and for each other. 

Our litany, our chaplets and other prayers are means by which we can all be one in  spirit for  and with each other.


 

Let's continue on our Pilgrimage

The Holy Wayfarer

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Mother Theresa

A few years before she died, Blessed Mother Theresa sent us a letter with these kind words: 



" Listen to Jesus saying to you, 'I looked for someone to comfort me and 

I FOUND ONE' 


The Guild of St Benedict Joseph Labre is the "ONE" comfort to Jesus  suffering in those with all types of mental illnesses.



Visit our V.I.P. page to see Blessed Mother Theresa's letter in it's entirety.

 

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               Pope and Mother Theresa

Pope John Paul II gave us his blessing.


 "Whoever suffers from mental illness 'always' bears God's image and likeness in himself, as does every human being." Bl. PJPII      


Come and Visit our V.I.P. Page and learn from Blessed John Paul II about the Illness of the Human Mind    


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