Who We Are

Our community of the Divine Compassion includes Sisters, Associates, Companions, Volunteers and Friends on mission locally and globally.

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GCC/CWP Reunion 2015

Come home to Good Counsel College/College of White Plains

Saturday, April 25, 2015

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Our Mission

In each of our ministries we endeavor to witness God’s love and compassion.

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“Jesus Christ is risen today, we proclaim with joy! Yes, Lord, we believe YOU are in our midst. Divine Compassion is your gift to us.

May we greet YOU with arms wide open, welcoming each person into our hearts, as we join hands together singing alleluia ~ songs of peace and hope, unity and community for all people and all creation.

EASTER BLESSINGS from The Sisters, Associates and Companions of the Divine Compassion ”
—Carol Wagner, RDC President

An Easter Reflection

Posted on March 31, 2015

On that first Easter Sunday, Mary Magdalene told Peter and the other disciples, “They have taken the Lord out of the tomb, and we do not know where they have laid him.” Because of her deep love and connection to Jesus, she remained in solitude and grief at the tomb, in prayer and weeping with and for the one she loved and longed for. Being with her beloved in pain and suffering she was blessed to first experience Jesus as risen. Divine Compassion lived and experienced, Jesus told her not to cling, but sent her on mission to share... [Read more]

Invitation to Prayer to honor our Co-founder, Msgr. Thomas S. Preston

Posted on March 6, 2015

March 7th marks the feast day of Msgr. Thomas S. Preston, the Co-Founder of the Sisters of the Divine Compassion. In his honor we invite you to spend quiet time with Joyce Rupp's reflection on Psalm 51. 

Create in Me a Clean Heart

Create in me a clean heart, open and receptive, so that I may embrace the many ways you choose to... [Read more]

Compassion Connecting: God leads us in the darkness

Posted on March 2, 2015

A LENTEN REFLECTION

Today’s scripture readings invite us into the darkness of Lent, struggling to find God’s will in the pain and struggles of each of our lives, only to trust and believe that dawn and light will come.

Abraham was deeply challenged to discern God’s will in his life, as was Jesus as he journeyed in mission with pain and struggles with his disciples. On the mountain top, gathered in contemplation, silence, and prayer together, Jesus and his friends heard the word of God and experienced the light of... [Read more]

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Sisters of the Divine Compassion
52 North Broadway
White Plains, NY 10603
P: 914-798-1300