Jean Vanier

Jean Vanier, (born September 10, 1928) is a Canadian Catholic philosopher turned theologian, humanitarian and the founder of L'Arche, an international federation of group homes for people with developmental disabilities and those who assist them.

Read more about Jean Vanier:  Early Years, Foundation of L'Arche, Later Life, Awards and Honours

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Jean Vanier Catholic Secondary School
... Jean Vanier Catholic Secondary School (locally known as JVCSS, Jean Vanier CSS, Jean Vanier, or shorten as Vanier) is a Roman Catholic high school located in the neighbourhood of Eglinton East at ... It is named after Jean Vanier, the man who founded L'Arche in 1964 ... Prior to the founding of Jean Vanier C.S.S ...
Jean Vanier - Awards and Honours
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Jean Vanier Catholic Secondary School - History - The School
... the Toronto Catholic District School Board) and was reopened as Jean Vanier to serve the rest of Scarborough ... of founding principal Michael Leroux, the first students graduated Vanier in 1993 ... Jean Vanier was established to relive overcrowding at Blessed Cardinal Newman Catholic High School ...
Emmanuel Serriere - L'Arche and Jean Vanier
... One of his first important contacts was with Jean Vanier in Trosly Breuil where he was employed from February to July 1965 to help create l'Arche in that small village North of Paris ... He based his entire career on the philosophy broadly borrowed from his mentor Jean Vanier providing people-centered services, empowering them to achieve their full ... He belongs, thru his mother, to the same old french family that Jean-Pierre Desthuilliers. ...