Deeply shaken by the recent revelations surrounding their founder Jean Vanier, the leaders of L’Arche are setting up new internal structures while redefining their founding narrative.
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While experts debate the reasons for this rapid increase, parents, teachers, and those who serve children struggle to know how best to meet the needs of young people with intellectual and cognitive disabilities.
World Down Syndrome Day: Those With Disabilities Are Vital Members of the Church and Should Be Fully Welcomed
‘There’s a particular gift, I think, just being a part of the life of someone with a disability, where you see a more pure version of life before you every day…’
Massachusetts Democrat Official Faces Backlash for Comments About Children With Disabilities and Abortion
Michael Hugo, who serves as the chairman for the Framingham Democratic Committee and as the director of policy and government relations for the Massachusetts Association of Health Boards, made these comments while voicing his opposition to pro-life pregnancy centers.
Composed of six researchers from different backgrounds, the independent commission sought to understand the context and sectarian mechanisms that enabled Vanier, as a great spiritual figure, to use his power to take advantage of young women.
Christi Hockel Davenport, who enjoys being a teaching assistant at a Catholic school, will speak at the Walk for Life West Coast Jan. 22.
The archbishop highlighted that those who spend time with people with disabilities receive more than they give.
Abortion Has Paved the Way for Rejecting the Fundamental Equality of Those With Profound Disabilities
COMMENTARY: Misleading concepts like ‘reproductive freedom,’ ‘a woman’s right to choose’ and ‘fetal abnormalities’ hide from both personal and public consciousness what is actually going on.
The Holy Father virtually joined young people with disabilities and special needs in his second Google Hangout, sharing jokes, advice and encouragement.