Posts Tagged disability

Hazel Pulliam smiles at camera
May 10, 2017

Discovering and Cherishing a Friendship

by Maureen Byrnes On May 2, 2017, L’Arche Greater Washington, D.C. gathered at the Mayflower Renaissance Hotel to host our 10th annual Heart ….

May 8, 2017

The Impact of Compassionate Love

by Bob Jacobs     On May 2, 2017, L’Arche Greater Washington, D.C. gathered at the Mayflower Renaissance Hotel to host our 10th annual ….

May 5, 2017

Impact! Celebrating at L’Arche

On May 2, 2017, L’Arche Greater Washington, D.C. gathered at the Mayflower Renaissance Hotel to host our 10th annual Heart of L’Arche Breakfast. At ….

Dottie Bockstiegel, founding member of L'Arche GWDC, remains active in the life of the community. Photo by Brian A. Taylor Photography
May 20, 2016

The Touch of the Master’s Hand

by Dottie Bockstiegel I am going to being my talk by reciting a poem that I have known since I was ….

April 6, 2016

Living in Love, L’Arche Georgetown

by John Cook On April 5, 2016, L’Arche Greater Washinton, D.C. gathered at the Mayflower Renaissance Hotel to host our annual Heart of L’Arche ….

February 16, 2016

LinkedIn

L’Arche Greater Washington, D.C. would like to see you on our LinkedIn Page. You won’t see all the same things on ….

September 7, 2015

Big Wish Comes True

by Eva Elizabeth Chisholm     If there is anything I have learned from Laurie over the last year of our ….

February 25, 2015

Online Bazaar Raises $8,215 for L’Arche International

  As part of an international federation of 147 communities in 35 countries, L’Arche Greater Washington, D.C. is committed to building awareness about ….

January 2, 2015

From failure to community

College dropouts find new direction in L’Arche Note: This is the first story in a series titled Where are they now? ….

November 6, 2014

At L’Arche, those at the margins find love at the center

by Michael Gerson, opinion writer, The Washington Post In an older, gentrifying, suburban Virginia neighborhood — the kind with porch flags ….

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