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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Our Mission

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

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Ways to Help

We rely on your generosity to help people in need every day.

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“The cry of the children is a loud one which will be heard sooner or later. If we hear it now and answer with ready hearts there is every hope for them.”
—Mother Mary Veronica

Introducing our 125th Anniversary Reflection Book: Compassion Casts Out Fear

Posted on August 17, 2014

As our 125th Anniversary approached, the Divine Compassion Community reflected on how we live our charism, our gift from Spirit, our core. We found that we are in synchrony with the words of Henri Nouwen: "Compassion is the immersion in the condition of being human; it calls us to go where the hurt is." We also recognized that we often celebrate with people, sharing moments of great happiness.

These realizations prompted us to create a booklet of reflections on seven very human themes for prayer: Our invitation to prayer is... [Read more]

Introducing the Divine Compassion sentence book

Posted on July 31, 2014
For our daily entry click here or on our new Spirituality section above. You might want to begin the day pondering our mantra: "Divine Compassion now, always and everywhere"

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Humanitarian Crisis at U.S. Southern Border

Posted on July 31, 2014

Recently Bishop Anthony B. Taylor, a member of the USCCB’s Committee for Migration, released a statement on the current heart-wrenching crisis of unaccompanied minors from Mexico and Central America seeking safety in our country. Follow this link for Bishop Taylor’s complete statement in which he suggests some steps we might all take to support the children crossing the border. 

For background on what these children are coming from -- running to us for their lives -- read the following piece entitled  "What You Don't Know About Migrant Children May Kill Them"... [Read more]

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