Thank you for your most generous support of our Honorees, Sisters M. Stephen Healey, Marie Cecile Larizza & Mary Alice Reamer as well as the RDC Community! We will be back in touch shortly with an update on our wonderful event!Find out more
The Sisters of the Divine Compassion are very excited to finally "welcome home" members of the Classes of 1971, 1970, 1961 and 1960 to celebrate their 50th and 60th anniversaries, respectively. Please click below and note the change of date of the event!Find out more
White Privilege and the Common Good: Maria Teresa Davila, PhD will invite us to take the “balcony view” to explore the stark juxtaposition of “White Privilege”, the lived experience of the majority, with the Common Good, that value inclusive of all people.Find out more
Sister Anne Kelly, RDC (Sr. Mary Kevin), a Sister of the Divine Compassion, passed away peacefully on October 6 after a long illness. Sr. Anne was born in New York in 1936, the daughter of Thomas and Annie (McKnight) Kelly. Sister attended St. Frances de Chantal School and Preston High School in the Bronx.Find out more
Alice Feeley was Poet Laureate for the Town of Greenburgh some years ago and had composed a poem about 9/11 honoring local residents at a ceremonial dedication of a wall in their honor. The title is "Walls Disappear," a title which insists upon our working to make it so in these turbulent times.Find out more
Susan Greene visited with her God while creating amazing works of art. Her spirituality was grounded in the deep understanding that all are one. She saw God in each of her students and taught them how to bring the God within them into their art. Susan was happiest while praying/painting and our great loss is heaven's gain. Uno, Susan!Find out more
The Divine Compassion Community rejoices in the establishment of Juneteenth as a National Holiday, commemorating the end of legal slavery in the United States. We are grateful to our Black sisters and brothers, our students present and past, our colleagues in ministry, and especially for the Nurses Aides who give devoted care to our infirm Sisters.
We continue to pray and seek ways to act for... [Read more]
The following is a joint statement issued by The National Black Sisters’ Conference (NBSC) and the Leadership Conference of Women Religious (LCWR) in response to the conviction of former police officer Derek Chauvin for the murder of George Floyd.
We, the National Black Sisters’ Conference and the Leadership Conference of Women Religious, stand together in our commitment to the sacred dignity of each human person... [Read more]
The Sisters of the Divine Compassion stand in solidarity with all who condemn violence of any kind and who work tirelessly for justice. We continue to hold Mr. Floyd's family, friends and all who mourn him, as well as Ma'Khia Bryant and Daunte Wright and their families in our prayers. We pray, too, for the Chauvin family. We commit ourselves to pray and work for understanding... [Read more]