Powerfully touched by the differences
Testimonial by James Schreiner
“Here I am in a culture far removed from my own,” says James Schreiner about his time supporting in Asha Niketan (as L’Arche is called in India) Chennai, India, “and yet a smile is the same the world over: I love seeing Franci Akka smile. When I am with her, I often think of Linda from L’Arche Erie and the gifts they share. She brings joy to us all.”//= $link['url'] ?>//= $link['title'] ?>
Sisters reunited in L’Arche in Syria
An amazing story of two sisters, both with intellectual disabilities re-united at L’Arche Al-Safina in Damascus, Syria.Read more
“One small step for a man…”
But which man? Is it Neil Armstrong, spaceman… the moon… summer 1969? Or maybe, just maybe, it is Jose, a man with an intellectual disability… L...Read more
“He told me that he loved me.”
How many million times a day do these words “He told me that he loved me.” get spoken across the world’s cultures? This time, something differen...Read more
“Just do it now or never.”
And so Julia Huber took a deep breath and dived into the life of L’Arche Mexico! “That visit gave me a good idea of the spirit of a L’Arche home.”Read more
The magic of L’Arche, it is a meal that ends in a water fight!
Meaningful work with great sense community!
In L’Arche, they healed my heart because it was broken because nobody understood me.
A wonderful organization!
If it weren’t for L’Arche, everything would be empty for me, no company, no to talk to.
A good place to share your time with others!