As we celebrate Catholic School Week January 29 to February 4 in the United States, it is interesting to go back in time and wonder, “What exactly was Saint Elizabeth Seton’s first school like? How was it organized? What textbooks were used? What about the discipline? How much Religion was taught? The New York Sisters of [...]
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The definitive biography, Elizabeth Bayley Seton 1774-1821, originated from a doctoral dissertation written nearly sixty years ago by Annabelle Melville, at The Catholic University of America, Washington, D.C. Little did she anticipate that two years later in 1951, Charles Scribner’s Sons would publish her manuscript as Elizabeth Bayley Seton 1774-1821. Related FAMVIN Posts:Daughters of Charity – Focus [...]
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