Monthly Archives: March 2016

Interfaith Voices

An Interview with David Li and Elisha Preston The Charter of the Communities of L’Arche states: “In a divided world, L’Arche wants to be a sign of hope. Its communities, founded on covenant relationships between people of differing intellectual capacity, social … Continue reading

Take Care of You

What does the word disability mean? For Raffaella Monterosso from L’Arche Italy it means when your father grows old and there’s nothing you can do but love him. As L’Arche celebrates World Down Syndrome Day, we honor all those with … Continue reading

I Am Home

A video about L’Arche Tahoma Hope in Tacoma, Washington, by Matthew Whalen I Am Home from Matthew Whalen on Vimeo.

Steve Washek Named L’Arche USA Deputy Director

Steve Washek has been named Deputy Director for L’Arche USA, which has twenty communities across the country where people with and without intellectual disabilities live and work together as peers. In this newly created role, Steve will provide oversight for … Continue reading

Steve Rothrock Joins L’Arche USA Board

Steve comes from a long history of family participation in L’Arche. His personal involvement started as a student at the University of Washington when Jean Vanier gave a retreat in Seattle in 1977. Steve then became active in the Seattle … Continue reading