Founders' Day 2019

More than 100 Sisters, Associates, Companions and friends of the Sisters of the Divine Compassion joined together Saturday, June 22 to honor our founders and celebrate Sr. Laura Donovan’s Golden Jubilee. The celebration began with a Liturgy in the Chapel, followed by a lovely reception at Tudor Hall.

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Annual Report 2018

The Sisters of the Divine Compassion are happy to share our Annual Report, “Rediscovering our Interdependence,” with you. We hope that you will enjoy reading about the RDC Community and the compassionate work of our Sisters, Associates and Companions. If you would like a copy, contact us at rdcadvancement@divinecompassion.org

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Summer Recreation!

Preston Center of Compassion offers a seven-week program for girls and boys, ages 4-14. The Program is on the campus of Preston High School, located on Schurz Avenue near the Throggs Neck Bridge, and offers both excellent indoor and outdoor facilities. The campus overlooks the Long Island Sound...

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New! We Reflect!

Our Community is reanimating our mission by sharing reflections on things of great importance to us. In our latest offering Carol Wagner, RDC speaks about our founding in response to the needs of single parent families, especially those of the children. These societal problems spark our desire to help.

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Keller Williams Helps!

During one of the very few sunny days in May, realtors from Keller Williams NY Realty in White Plains took the day off to go to work for the Sisters of the Divine Compassion, as well as other non-profit organizations in and around Westchester County. Keller Williams’ RED Day...

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Poet's Corner

Alice Feeley writes tenderly of her mother, of joyful Fourth of July holidays spent together and a poignant sense of loss that followed her passing. How lovely it must have been for Alice to have felt her mother's presence in a warbling robin on her fence. Love is eternal; we know that when we are open to God's missives.

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from Pope Francis

In a message for the 2019 World Day of Migrants and Refugees, Pope Francis said, "The most economically advanced societies are witnessing a growing trend towards extreme individualism which, combined with a utilitarian mentality and reinforced...

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New! Dover Plains!

Girls on the Run rocks!! These young ladies hosted a fundraiser for The Center of Compassion and raised a whopping $775.00!!! We are so grateful for their desire to support and give back to their community!! Thank you, Ladies!! — at Dover Elementary School.

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Follow the RDC!

You can now follow the Sisters of the Divine Compassion on Instagram, the photo and video-sharing social networking service owned by Facebook, Inc. Follow us @DivineCompassionSisters, and keep in touch with our Sisters, Associates and Companions...

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“People usually consider walking on water or in thin air a miracle. But I think the real miracle is not to walk either on water or in thin air, but to walk on earth. Every day we are engaged in a miracle which we don't even recognize: a blue sky, white clouds, green leaves, the black, curious eyes of a child—our own two eyes. All is a miracle.”
—Thich Nhat Hanh

Migrants are a foil to growing ‘globalization of indifference,’ pope says

Posted on July 10, 2019

In a society of growing individualism and indifference, the presence of migrants and refugees prompts a realization of the need for conversion and a renewed embrace of Christian life, Pope Francis said Monday.

In a message for the 2019 World Day of Migrants and Refugees, released May 27, he said, “the most economically advanced societies are witnessing a growing trend towards extreme individualism which, combined with a utilitarian... [Read more]

PCC Summer Recreational Program

Posted on July 10, 2019

Preston Center of Compassion offers a seven-week program for girls and boys, ages 4-14. The Program is on the campus of Preston High School, located on Schurz Avenue near the Throggs Neck Bridge, and offers both excellent indoor and outdoor facilities.  The campus overlooks the Long Island Sound and allows the children a relaxing lunch break. PCC’s Summer Recreational Program was founded with the mission of... [Read more]

Follow the RDC!

Posted on July 2, 2019

You can now follow the Sisters of the Divine Compassion on Instagram, the photo and video-sharing social networking service owned by Facebook, Inc.  Follow us @DivineCompassionSisters, and keep in touch with our Sisters, Associates and Companions, as well as our ministries. There will be regularly-scheduled postings and updates for you to enjoy.

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Chapel of the Divine Compassion

52 North Broadway
White Plains, NY 10603

Sunday Liturgy will resume after Labor Day. Enjoy your summer!

For further information: Sr. Corita at 203-733-8534

As always, all are welcome!