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



Our Mission

Our Values

1. We learn from the life of our St. Benedict Joseph Labre

We ask for his intercession by praying his litany.

We reflect on his life.

We strive to imitate and experience his three great loves

a. Eucharistic Adoration

b. His spirit of Humility and Poverty

c. His total consecration to Our Lord and His Mother

2. We share a common Spirituality taken from his Life

A way of life that we continually strive to live in the presence of the Blessed Trinity

By following our patrons motto of “Three hearts in one”, we become people of

prayer, compassion and self-denial

We model our homes after the Holy family: to become a home of lived Faith and dauntless hope.

3. We come together to offer support

It is not good for us to be alone: We share a special bond of solidarity with each other

We share a love for Our Lady’s MOST suffering children with compassion and understanding

We know that we are loved and are being prayed for.

4. We are the voice for the voiceless

We advocate for God’s “Little ones”, the poorest of the poor who can not speak for themselves

Knowledge is power: we educate ourselves and others about the “illness of the human mind.”

We smash the stigma by awakening in others caring


The Holy Wayfarer

It is an honor to be on pilgrimage with you.

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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 


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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The Holywafarer

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