Sr. Doretta Honored

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!

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Save The Date

Our 19th Annual Divine Compassion Golf Outing will be honoring Fr. Thomas Collins, the President of Archbishop Stepinac High School. It will take place on October 2, 2017 at the Fenway Golf Club. More information to follow...

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Poets' Corner May 24

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.

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Preston HS Service

Compassion Connection is the community outreach club at Preston High School. Our school was founded on the principles of the Sisters of Divine Compassion, teaching our students to become compassionate leaders for change in the world. We work to bring that compassion to people who need it most beyond the walls of our school.

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Serving in Vietnam

“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 and the archdiocese of Hanoi.

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...from Pope Francis

As-salamu alaykum! Peace be with you! Pope Francis began his homily with these words on the third Sunday of Easter. The setting was the Air Defense Stadium in Cairo, Egypt. His message was clear: "Let us say once more a firm and clear 'No!' to every form of violence, vengeance and hatred carried out in the name of religion or in the name of God,"

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“As women of the Gospel, the Sisters of the Divine Compassion are appalled at President Trump’s decision to withdraw the United States from the Paris Agreement on action on Climate Change. This unilateral action is contrary to years of collaboration between the United States and the rest of the world for our mutual benefit. U. S. withdrawal from the Paris Agreement could seriously delay the needed transformation from our devastating dependence on fossil fuels. It will further accelerate the damage to Earth which is already creating hardships for many, especially those with fewest resources. We applaud the swift action of NY Governor Cuomo and other governors, mayors, corporations and others in pledging to meet the United States’ promised actions to preserve our planet and improve the lives of all on Earth, and we commit ourselves to doing all we can to preserve this world which God has created.”
—the RDC

Doretta Cornell to be Honored

Posted on July 12, 2017

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. The RDC Leadership Team was delighted to receive this news from Kathleen Nolan, OP, Chairperson of the NGO Board! A few excerpts from Sr. Nolan’s letter: “The Board of the Partnership for Global Justice has unanimously voted to award Sister Doretta Cornell,... [Read more]

Serving with Compassion in Vietnam

Posted on June 1, 2017

“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 and the archdiocese of Hanoi.  Initially the Mission provided catechist formation and established catechetical... [Read more]

Preston HS Service Group is Amazing!

Posted on June 1, 2017

From Dora Dekajlo, Theology faculty member and Compassion Connection moderator at Preston High School: Compassion Connection is the community outreach club at Preston High School.  Our school was founded on the principles of the Sisters of Divine Compassion – teaching our students to become compassionate leaders for change in the world.   And our club seeks to bring that compassion to the people who need it most... [Read more]

Chapel of the Divine Compassion
52 North Broadway
White Plains, NY 10603

All Are Welcome!

Sunday Liturgy will resume on September 10th

For more information call Sr. Corita Clarke, RDC at 203-733-8534