This is how the Order can help your personal search
Perhaps you are
interested in health, Spiritual Growth, Prayer and Meditation and or
the Mysteries of the Soul?
The variety of activities offered and books we publish will allow
you to examine these notions, and other equally instructive, in
light of the Archives of the Order and its Library, which have
changed the lives of countless people around the world.
Thanks to the legacy of spiritual enlightened beings, you will have
the unique opportunity to gain a better understanding of their
existence and the existence of the human soul to improve it.
The Legal System of the Order
Common Law based on the Anglican Communion system of canon law. Of which the
principal body of canon law enacted since the English Reformation the Book of
Canons approved by the Convocations of Canterbury and York in 1604 and 1606
The Order as the result of
its policy through diplomatic negotiations
seeks actively to implement its ideal aimed and foreseeable status of extraterritoriality.
Archangels Patrons of the Order
Gabriel: The Messenger
Michael: The Defender of Children
Metatron: The Defender of Children
"And whoso shall
receive one such little child in my name receiveth me."
Restoring the Sight of St Paul)
Saint Healing Patron of the Order
The Holy Apostle Ananias of the Seventy: The holy, glorious,
all-laudable Apostle Ananias is numbered among the Seventy Apostles.
He was the first Bishop of Damascus. The Lord ordered him to restore
the sight of Saul, the former persecutor of Christians, then baptize
him (Acts 9:10-19, 22:12).
Saul became the great preacher and
Apostle Paul. St Ananias boldly and openly confessed Christianity
before the Jews and the pagans, despite the danger.
From Damascus he went to preach at Eleutheropolis, where he healed
many of their infirmities. Lucian, the prefect of the city, tried to
persuade the holy one to offer sacrifice to idols. Because of
Ananias’ staunch and solid confession of Christ, Lucian ordered that
he be tortured.
Harsh torments did not sway the witness of Truth.
Then the torturers led him out beyond the city, where they stoned
him. The saint prayed for those who put him to death. His relics
were later transferred to Constantinople.
"Behold, I will bring it health and cure, and I will cure them, and
will reveal unto them the abundance of peace and truth." Jeremiah
The Founding of the Order
Jesus Christ, whom his teachings the Hospitaller Order of the Good
News holds as its founder, instructed his followers to heal the
The early Christians were noted for tending the sick and
infirm, and Christian emphasis on practical charity gave rise to the
development of systematic nursing and hospitals.
In like manner to
the Benedictine rule which holds that "the care of the sick is to be
placed above and before every other duty, as if indeed Christ were
being directly served by waiting on them".
Saint Francis of Assisi
Preaching the Gospel of Christ in Egypt
Saint Missionary Patron of the Order
Saint Francis of Assisi
“Go ye into all the world,
and preach the gospel to every creature. He that believeth and is
baptized shall be saved; but he that believeth not shall be damned.
And these signs shall follow them that believe; In my name they
shall lay hands on the sick, and they shall recover.” Mark 16:15
The end, the moral, and purpose of the Order is: to subdue our
passions, not to do our own will; to make a daily progress is a
laudable art, and to promote morality, charity, good fellowship,
freedom, good nature, and humanity, to live in community men and
woman side by side as equals in harmony complementing one and each
other, to spread the word of the Good News the word of the Prince of
Peace of the Christ, and to Protect the Faith.
Seeking the Creative
Forces in our lives and promoting love and respect for our heritage and
Helping pilgrims visit holy places and maintaining a Christian presence in the
Supporting the poor, sick, and unjustly accused; standing against oppression and
protecting freedom of speech.
Encouraging the noble ideas of Chivalry; maintaining the monuments, archives,
and history of the Christian Faith.