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Jean Vanier

L’Arche Ireland “greatly saddened and shocked” by Vanier revelations

Internal inquiry finds that Jean Vanier, who founded L'Arche, had "manipulative and emotionally abusive" sexual relationships with six women in France between 1970 and 2005.


A celebration of the life of Jean Vanier

"If the contributions of people with intellectual disabilities were allowed to shine more, the quality of life for everybody would be better.”


Tributes paid to Jean Vanier

“Rest in peace Jean Vanier and thank you for your inspiring, compassionate presence among us” – Archbishop Eamon Martin.


Papal blessing for Day for Life in England & Wales

Over 300,000 postcards to be distributed to parishioners this weekend about the wonderful gift of human life.


Templeton Prize awarded to former Chief Rabbi

Central to Rabbi Jonathan Sacks’ message is an appreciation and respect for all faiths as the only path to effectively combat the global rise of violence and terrorism.


L’Arche’s Jean Vanier wins 2015 Templeton Prize

"Our society will really become human as we discover that the strong need the weak, just as the weak need the strong. We are all together working for the common good.”


L’Arche founder Jean Vanier meets Pope Francis

Irish members of L'Arche rejoice to see meeting of two men "with same heart".

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