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L'Arche Builds Community While Shaping Faith (Candler Connection Article) - Winter 2013


First L'Arche Home in Atlanta Provides Loving Place (Georgia Bulletin article)
- November 8, 2012


A Large Serving of Dignity (AJC Article) - November 23, 2012


L'Arche Open House on Georgia Bulletin (Video)


L'Arche Open House Article in Free Press


Interview with Curt Armstrong on 97.1 The River
Curt Armstrong, Executive Director of the newest L'Arche Community in Atlanta talked to 97.1 listeners about the upcoming grand opening of L'Arche Atlanta. L'Arche Communities, founded by Jean Vanier in France in 1964, bring together people, some with developmental disabilities and some without, who choose to share their lives by living together in faith-based communities.


Decatur Metro, April 12, 2012
L'Arche Movement Coming to Decatur


Pathways, Winter 2012
L'Arche International Comes to Georgia


Construction Executive Magazine, November 2011
COMMUNITY SPOTLIGHT - Constructing an Integrated Community by Heidi Hahn

To Channing Mason, director of operations for Benning Construction, contract negotiations and building code compliance are part of a regular day at the office. But for the L'Arche staff in Decatur, Ga., these highly specialized skills are what allowed the nonprofit organization to put more of its resources toward helping others. Read More ...


Atlanta Business Chronicle, August 19, 2011
PEOPLE IN THE NEWS - Mason gets hands-on with L'Arche renovation

Channing Mason is helping shine the light of compassion in a state that once pushed its mentally and developmentally disabled into its darkest corners. Read More ...


Episcopal News Service, August 19, 2010
L'Arche communities: differing abilities, one life together
By Sharon Sheridan and Matthew Davies

Twenty years ago, Curt Armstrong went to France, intending to learn French and pick grapes before heading for graduate school. He ended up becoming an assistant in a L'Arche community, where people with and without cognitive disabilities live together, and found a calling. Today, he and his wife Ð who met through L'Arche Ð are helping to launch a new community of the worldwide, interfaith organization in Atlanta. Read More ...