Giving Tuesday is a movement that unleashes the power of "radical generosity." Radical generosity is a concept that the suffering of others should be intolerable to us. Compassion continues to call us forward, together!
GCC Reunion - 2021
Thank you to those who attended the Good Counsel College / College of White Plains Reunion on October 30, 2021. We were so happy to gather again and celebrate.
We look forward to a joyous homecoming for all on April 23, 2022!
More details are forthcoming. If you have any questions please email RDCAdvancement@divinecompassion.org.
Good Counsel High School Reunions
Good Counsel Academy High School alumnae gather throughout the year to celebrate their friendships and anniversaries. We are happy to share pictures from some of their most recent reunions.
Sr. Anne Kelly, RDC
Sister Anne Kelly, RDC (Sr. Mary Kevin), a Sister of the Divine Compassion, passed away peacefully on October 6 after a long illness.
Sr. Mary Pauline McDermott, RDC
Sister Mary Pauline McDermott, RDC (Barbara McDermott) a Sister of the Divine Compassion, passed away peacefully on October 5, 2021 after a long illness.
Sr. Margareta McKenna, RDC
Sister Mary Margareta McKenna (Anne McKenna), a Sister of the Divine Compassion, passed away peacefully on September 20 after a long illness. Sr. Margareta was born in Bronxville, New York in 1930 the daughter of John and Margaret (Hanfling) McKenna.
23rd Annual Golf Classic & Dinner Reception
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!
Throughout these 135 years, compassion has been the animating force in our commitment to God. God’s compassionate presences guides us, sustains us and impels us for all time.
The Divine Compassion Community rejoices in the establishment of Juneteenth as a National Holiday, commemorating the end of legal slavery in the United States.
National Black Sisters’ Conference and LCWR respond to Derek Chauvin’s conviction
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.
RDC Statement on the Verdict about Derek Chauvin
We commit ourselves to pray and work for understanding and justice to end racial injustice and discrimination and the violence to which they lead.
In Support of Asians
We, the Sisters, Associates, and Companions of the Divine Compassion, stand in solidarity with our Asian sisters and brothers.