Jean Vanier, Canadian philosopher, theologian and humanitarian, Died at 90

Jean Vanier, September was born on 10, 1928. and died on May 7, 2019.

He was a Canadian Catholic thinker, scholar, and philanthropic.

During 1964 he established L’Arche, a global organization of networks spread more than 37 nations, for individuals with formative inabilities and the individuals who help them.

Thusly, in 1971, he helped to establish Faith and Light with Marie-Hélène Mathieu, which likewise works for individuals with formative inabilities, their families, and companions in more than 80 nations.

He kept on living as an individual from the first L’Arche people group in Trosly-Breuil, France, until his passing.

Throughout the years Vanier has composed over 30 books on religion, inability, ordinariness, achievement, and resilience..

Among the distinctions he got were the Companion of the Order of Canada (1986), Grand Officer of the National Order of Quebec (1992), and French Legion of Honor (2003).

He also received the Community of Christ International Peace Award (2003), the Pacem in Terris Peace and Freedom Award (2013), and the Templeton Prize (2015).

Jean Vanier passed away at 90 years old.