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Two weeks after the revelations about Vanier’s sexual misconduct, the members of L’Arche are trying to overcome grief and anger to build a sustainable future for their service of people with mental disabilities.
McAleese said that she had “regarded Vanier as inspirational for decades” and was devastated by the report stating he had engaged in sexually manipulative relationships with six women over a 45 year period.
COMMENTARY: Catholics have a right to be both angry and confused, sad and perplexed by the revelation of the L’Arche founder’s grave sexual misconduct.
The investigation detailed sexual misconduct by Vanier with six women without disabilities in the context of spiritual direction.