Sr. Madeline Desel, RDC (formerly Sr. Mary Antonio), a Sister of the Divine Compassion, died peacefully on November 25, 2017. Sr. Madeline was born in Brooklyn, NY, in 1925, the daughter of Walter and Emma (Hirsh) Desel.Find out more
We are very pleased to announce that this year’s Golf Classic was a big success. We thank all the golfers that participated and our sponsors. We extend to you our sincere thanks for your commitment to our mission. We are looking forward to next year!Find out more
Sr. M. Doretta Cornell has been chosen to receive the 2017 Peace and Justice Award from the UN NGO Partnership for Global Justice and Peace. We were delighted to receive this news from Kathleen Nolan, OP, Chairperson of the NGO Board!Find out more
The prayer-poem "Blessing for the Day" by Alice Feeley is much beloved by the Divine Compassion Community. She gives voice to our hopes and desires for God's loving presence in our days, and awareness of our unity as we go to rest at night.Find out more
“If we can improve lives as part of our compassionate work, we are following our mission.” These are the words of Sr. Theresa Vinh who founded the Mission of Hope in the impoverished north western part of Vietnam in 1997. Her mission of charity is located in the diocese of Hung Hoa in the Hanoi archdiocese.Find out more
On the Feast of the Assumption, Pope Francis said that in bringing Christ to the world, Mary also provides the joy and grace of her Son, which not only sustain us in difficulty, but are primarily intended for the weak and humble.“Carrying Jesus, the Madonna also brings us a new joy, full of meaning.Find out more
Sr. Madeline Desel, RDC (formerly Sr. Mary Antonio), a Sister of the Divine Compassion, died peacefully on November 25, 2017. Sr. Madeline was born in Brooklyn, NY, in 1925, the daughter of Walter and Emma (Hirsh) Desel. Sister attended Bishop McDonnell High School in Brooklyn and graduated from Good Counsel College in White Plains. She received her MA in Business Education from New York University.
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The Sisters of the Divine Compassion are deeply committed to the extension of DACA and are concerned about the outcome of the proposed Dream Act of 2017. In that spirit, we ask that you join voices in support of new legislation by contacting your congressional reps ASAP. Follow this link and enter your zipcode to find your Congressional representatives' contact information.
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Because the Sisters of the Divine Compassion, our Associates, Companions and partners are all called to be the compassionate presence of God in our world, our Social Justice Board and the RDC Leadership Team agree that we must have a statement about the recent violent events in Charlottesville and Barcelona. Once again, the LCWR has come out with a statement that we approve and support. This statement engages... [Read more]
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