Contemporary Contexts of Compassion Speaker Series

 The Speakers Series*   Now Zooming to you!

In 2000 a long time friend of the Sisters of the Divine Compassion made us an offer:  we would invite speakers to explore Compassion in the 21st Century, and our friend would fund it .
Since then we have been fortunate to have  some of the finest  theologians, social activists, spiritual mentors, and authors around share their unique perspectives on this universal charism  Our past presenters have included:

Doris Donnelly                                             Bishop Tom Gumbleton
Diana Hayes                                                Edwina Gateley
Michael Morwood                                        Ilia DeLio, OSF
Diarmuid O’Murchu                                     John Haughey, SJ
Simone Campbell, SSS                               Margaret Silf
Paula D’Arcy                                                Elizabeth Dreyer
John Haight                                                 Helen Prejean, CSJ
Nancy Sylvester, IHM                                  Nancy Ammerman, PhD

And now…

The 17th Contemporary Contexts
 of Compassion Presentation
January 23, 2021  11:00am -12:30 pm

Karen Teel, PhD

  “What Would Jesus See?”            Engaging Racism

The other pandemic is racism…

Karen Teel, PhD invites us to explore our cultural and personal relationship with systemic, institutional racism in light of our understanding of the Divine and our place in creation.

This timely presentation comes at a moment in our national life that continues to show us that the conversation is long overdue.

Information regarding registration will follow.

*This series is intended for a broad audience inclusive of age of ages and faith traditions.

Divine Compassion Speakers’ Series
52 N. Broadway
White Plains, NY 10603

If you have any questions  call 914-844-8304