PHS Honors Zach

As the 2019 year was coming to a close, Compassion Connection was collecting toys to donate to those less fortunate. Alumna Nicole Ferguson reached out to Preston to let us know that a drive for toys was organized in memory of a little boy named Zach, who sadly passed away in September 2019.

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REUNION 2020

Sisters of the Divine Compassion look forward to “welcoming home” all Good Counsel College/College of White Plains alumnae Saturday, April 18, 2020 for the annual College Reunion/Homecoming. We look forward to celebrating the anniversary classes of 1970 and 1960.

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Happy New Year to All

Please join us, the Divine Compassion Community -- Sisters, Associates, Companions and Partners in mission and ministry -- in raising our voices and prayers for peace in our hearts and homes and throughout the world. God bless the whole world -- no exceptions!

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Reflections

While on a retreat as she was preparing to make final vows, Lori contemplated on what was in her heart, what her vows truly meant to her. The small reflection that follows was the result. Years later she believes that her promises could be made by every living person and understood in the silence of the spirit.

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Poet's Corner

Empathy is a feeling that lives only in the generous of heart. The little boy in Alice Feeley's poem "Noticing Winter" has such a heart. More, he can project his own experiences of fear and a longing to hide onto the "chilly woman" cast in bronze frozen in time and substance.

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New! Poet's Corner II

Terry Young gets behind the wheel of her cars throughout her life and wonders how the "Terry" behind each wheel grew when new rubber hit the road! When all is said and done she has reveled in every journey, in every vehicle, in each road. And she shows no sign of hitting the brakes!

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The Pope's Path

In an amazing homily Pope Francis teaches that "in order to find Jesus, we also need to take a different route, to follow a different path, his path, the path of humble love. And we have to persevere. Today’s Gospel ends by saying that the Magi, after encountering Jesus, left for their own country by another road...”

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Dover Plains Center

December 22nd was the big day Dover and Wingdale families! They brought their children to see Santa at our Center of Compassion! It was such a festive and fun morning.Thank you to all who attended!! So happy you could join us!

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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. Just click on the logo above to keep in touch with our Sisters, Associates and Companions...

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Christmas brings us all back to the crib of life to start over: aware of what has gone before, conscious that nothing can last, but full of hope that this time, finally, we can learn what it takes to live well, grow to full stature of soul and spirit, get it right.
—Joan Chittister, OSB from "In Search of Belief"

The Path of Humble Love

Posted on January 17, 2020

Epiphany: this word indicates the manifestation of the Lord, who, as Saint Paul tells us in the second reading (cf. Eph 3:6), makes himself known to all the nations, today represented by the Magi. In this way, we see revealed the glory of a God who has come for everyone: every nation, language and people is welcomed and loved by him. It is symbolized by... [Read more]

Preston HS Honors Young Boy

Posted on January 17, 2020

As the 2019 year was coming to a close, Compassion Connection was collecting toys to donate to those less fortunate.  Alumna Nicole Ferguson reached out to Preston to let us know that a drive for toys was organized in memory of a little boy named Zach, who sadly passed away in September 2019.  All collected toys were donated to St. Jude's, Columbia Presbyterian Children&rsquo... [Read more]

In Christmas Day Message, Pope Francis Shines Light On Migrant Suffering

Posted on December 27, 2019

In his annual Christmas Day address, Pope Francis offered a message of hope and a call for kindness to migrants around the world.

"May the Son of God, come down to earth from heaven, protect and sustain all those who, due to these and other injustices, are forced to emigrate in the hope of a secure life," the pontiff said from the balcony of St. Peter'... [Read more]

Chapel of the Divine Compassion

52 North Broadway
White Plains, NY 10603

Sunday Liturgy at the Chapel of the Divine Compassion begins at 11:30 AM. As always all are welcome!

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