L’Arche in the Media

Sojourners by Liddy Grantland | Apr 6, 2023

L’Arche's New Chapter Is About Interdependence

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The Pillar by Luke Coppen | Feb 24, 2023

L’Arche after Vanier: ‘We’ve moved on from Jean’

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America by Kelly DeRoy & John O'Connor | Dec 22, 2022

‘It’s time for giving’: What Christmas means to adults with and without disabilities in a L’Arche community

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America by Molly Cahill | Dec 18, 2020

How L’Arche is providing health (and spiritual) care to people with disabilities amid Covid-19

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DCist by Chelsea Cirruzzo | Nov 30, 2020

How A Network Of Homes For Adults With Disabilities Has Managed To Keep COVID At Bay

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WTOPnews by Dick Uliano | Nov 16, 2020

DC-region group homes with at-risk residents looking forward to coronavirus vaccine availability

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CNA by Christine Rousselle | Apr 2, 2020

Spatula baseball: L’Arche ‘leans into creativity’ during lockdown

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730DC by Mary Ellen Dingley | Jun 11, 2020

Don’t Forget DC Residents with Disabilities

The pandemic poses special challenges for a unique Adams Morgan home and its broader community

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Christianity Today by Amy Julia Becker | Apr 20, 2018

Willing & Able

How Christians with intellectual disabilities are serving churches (not just being served by them)

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HuffPost by Micaela Connery | Dec 6, 2017 (original 2015)

Disability Housing: Living, Supporting, and Loving Intentionally

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The Washington Post by Michael Gerson | Oct 27, 2014

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

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The Washington Post by Katherine Boo | Mar 14, 1999

Forest Haven Is Gone, But the Agony Remains

Please note: This article refers to “The Community of the Arc,” now called L’Arche GWDC. It also uses language for the disabled community from a 1999 context, which does not reflect the word r*****ed’s evolution as a derogatory, degrading term. L’Arche GWDC does not condone the use of this word.

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