When we were young we entered the orbit of L’Arche and Faith and Light through our church at St Leo’s in Tacoma. I was a minor satellite in that universe where the hot sun at the center was the truth of lives lived disabled. People closest to the center shine a light too bright to be hidden. The light is enough to fill the dark corners of any life nearby, and so we saw ourselves more clearly for who we were.
L’Arche Tahoma Hope began in 1977 with a knock on the door…..a patient, persistent knock. At the time, David Rothrock and Fr. Peter Byrne were co-pastors of St. Leo’s Parish. St. Leo’s is located in Tacoma’s Hilltop neighborhood; a neighborhood that is quite challenged by society’s standards, but one that has much heart and soul. One evening, around 6pm, David and Peter heard a knock on their door. Upon answering the door, they found Fred Kobel and Greg Hanon.. Fred and Greg were housemates at a nearby facility, and stopped by to say “hi”. As it was the dinner hour, David and Peter invited them in for dinner. The rest, they say, is history….
Faith and Light in Tacoma was founded by Fr. Jim Boyle and Danny and Teres Millar. In 1981 and 1991 L’Arche Tahoma Hope joined Faith and Light on the pilgrimages to Lourdes. The members of L’Arche Tahoma Hope who participated in those pilgrimages were Greg Hanon, Sue Hudacek, Nancy Tyson, Cheri Harris, Fr. Jim Boyle, Dick Sutherland, Shelly Rubatino and David Rothrock.
In The Field Of Faith And Light 1987 (Vintage Silver),
Today's Coolphoto 09/23/2019
Vintage Silver:: Edition One Only:: Size 10x8 :: Signed :: $625.
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