L’Arche founder awarded Templeton Prize

Jean Vanier, 86, has won the 2015 Templeton Prize, worth £1.1m, for ‘his innovative discovery of the central role of vulnerable people in the creation of a more just, inclusive and humane society’. 

The French-Canadian Catholic philosopher and humanitarian founded L’Arche (Ark) – a network of communities for people with development disabilities – in...

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