Grieving a friend…
What unites Kolkata and London? Many things, probably. Including sheer pain of grief at the death of a close friend. Bapi was a man with an intellectu...Read more
One world, many colours
“Every time we really understand what Roberto means, it’s a very precious moment.” Luca, an assistant from L’Arche Bologna, (Italy), talks abo...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
#AsIAm – Santos and Pipe’s Story
Have you seen the remarkable story of Santos and Pipe? Check out the 3-part series that tells the story of their lives and the unremarkable encounters...Read more
Opening the door to real hope
During the many years that Youssef lived in L’Arche Al Safina, Damascus, he used to like nothing better than sitting outside in the sunny courtyard,...Read more
Not just #AsIAm – but who we could become!
L'Arche Australia’s latest publicity project: taking the web-documentary #AsIAm films on tour round selected towns and cities, Perth, Canberra, Sydn...Read more
One person’s goodbye, another person’s hello…
“I love L'Arche, but the hardest thing about community is when assistants leave.” said long time ago Linda Rees, a former member with learning int...Read more
A flower of hope!
Strolling in the fresh air… unwinding from the tensions of the day… letting nature’s summer warmth refresh our whole being: some of us are lucky...Read more