This November the Sisters of the Divine Compassion will remember our deceased family members & friends for whom prayers were requested. Eternal rest grant unto them , O Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon them. May the souls of all the faithful departed, through the mercy of God, rest in peace.Find out more
The Divine Compassion Community is pleased to announce the Installation of our 2020-2024 Leadership Team, including Laura Donovan, RDC, President; Carol Peterson, RDC; First Councilor; Kristin Donworth, RDC, Second Councilor; and Susan Becker, RDC, Third Councilor. At the recent...Find out more
For Sr. Betty Ann Clifford (Sr. Mary Kenneth), her ministry in teaching has been a glorious gift in her life. Sister is grateful to God for her family and for the countless memories of “her children and their families” at Divine Compassion schools. Click below to read more about Sr. Betty Ann Clifford.Find out more
The Sisters of the Divine Compassion are happy to share our 2019 Annual Report with you. We hope that you will enjoy reading about our Sisters and ministries. The positive feedback we are receiving about our Annual Report is a true testament of your cherished relationship with our Sisters...Find out more
It is with joyful hearts that we express our most sincere gratitude for your extraordinary generosity to our Driving off the Tee Virtual Events! We are pleased to announce the campaign was a success, raising over $77,000 in net proceeds!Find out more
The passing of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg grieves all people of good will. Her life was poured out in service to women and the marginalized. RBG brought universally held values of equality and respect for all to our awareness. Our lives are richer for her effort. May she rest in peace.Find out more
Our community is overwhelmingly white. That is who we are. In these days of social unrest and economic upheaval we want to go deep within ourselves. We want to learn how we are complicit in the injustices coming to light in our nation, and learn how to root out all traces of white privilege. A first step is to look at our life stories with a clear eye.Find out more
It has been said that perception is reality. We create our own vision of places, of people, of everything, and for us this can color our whole lives! Terry in her poem "Living Camera" asks us to take in the beauty of our world, to savor it and allow it to deepen our perceptions of All That Is. As Terry says, this is "the process of becoming fully alive and free."Find out more
We have compiled many of our Sisters' formal obituaries that will be located in this space. We want to share these with you, and very soon we will be adding stories and reminiscences from those who loved them. If you have something to contribute to this effort, please let us know by email. Click the "Contact Us" ...Find out more
We invite all people to pray for the soul of our nation and for the strength and courage to commit our hearts and hands to building a more perfect union. On Election Day, please pray for peace in our country, and for the safety of all poll workers and those voting. Please click on these links to access Maya Angelou's poem "On the Pulse of Morning,"... [Read more]
The Divine Compassion Community is pleased to announce the Installation of our 2020-2024 Leadership Team, including Laura Donovan, RDC, President; Carol Peterson, RDC; First Councilor; Kristin Donworth, RDC, Second Councilor; and Susan Becker, RDC, Third Councilor.
At the recent Liturgy of Thanksgiving, Sisters, Associates, and Companions of the Divine Compassion, along with our family and friends, gathered together at the Chapel on the Good Counsel Campus... [Read more]
The Divine Compassion Community has joined the Charter for Compassion. What follows are the commitment statements of the ADCs, CDCs and RDCs.
In joining the Charter of Compassion the Associates of the Divine Compassion accept the invitation to seek justice, equity and respect for every human being. We want to witness God’s compassionate presence in our world.