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Jean Vanier

Serving Love -- L'Arche Style

Rumni Saha | Posted 07.10.2015 | Religion
Rumni Saha

On a recent Sunday morning I was blown away by a radio interview of Jean Vanier and his L'Arche Movement. I had never before heard about this humanist and his epic movement where people with and without intellectual disabilities live and share their lives together as peers.

Jean Vanier On Disability, Religion And Love

The Huffington Post | Antonia Blumberg | Posted 06.19.2015 | Religion

Jean Vanier, the recipient of the 2015 Templeton Prize, has dedicated his life to changing the way the world views intellectual disability. For Vanier...

Google This: Jean Vanier and What It Means to Be Human

David Briggs | Posted 06.08.2015 | Religion
David Briggs

What kind of a world would it be if the stories and ideas that captured our attention reflected our common humanity? What if key search engine optimization terms were words like kindness, tenderness, forgiveness and humility?

The Vulnerable Faith of Brené Brown

Jamie Arpin-Ricci | Posted 06.08.2015 | Books
Jamie Arpin-Ricci

From the covering of our nakedness in Eden to the polite dishonesty of "putting on our Sunday best", pretense is borne from our fear -- fear of being judged, alienated and rejected. Yet it also becomes the prison that keeps us bound up.

Jean Vanier, Untiring Advocate For People With Disabilities, Wins Templeton Prize

The Huffington Post | Carol Kuruvilla | Posted 03.11.2015 | Religion

It started with an act of kindness. In 1964, Jean Vanier invited two men with developmental disabilities to share a house with him in Trosly-Breuil...

The Healing of Community

Jean-Paul Bedard | Posted 12.03.2014 | Healthy Living
Jean-Paul Bedard

So much of our identity is enshrined in our community, so is it any wonder that when we subvert our "true" identity simply to satisfy our thirst for belonging, we sabotage any hope of actual connection?

WATCH: Jean Vanier: Become Weaker

Travis Reed | Posted 04.29.2013 | Religion
Travis Reed

In a time of such polarization and protectionism, we might try out a little vulnerability and see what newness might be born out of the fertile soil of weakness.