In 1793, Elizabeth Ann Seton met a dashing man who sweetly called her his dear “Eliza.” That man, William Magee Seton, became the husband Elizabeth dearly loved.
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The Seeker to Saint series, produced by The National Shrine of Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton, is part of a year-long commemoration of the 200th anniversary of her passing into heave
On the occasion of the bicentenary of the death of Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton, a pioneer of the Vincentian Family in the United States, an exhibit was held at the Mother House.
Personal belongings of Mother Elizabeth Seton heads for national shrine
St. Elizabeth Ann Seton reminds us to live in the presence of God.
Through the research of Sister Joan E. Cook, SC we can acknowledge and better appreciate St. Elizabeth Seton’s great devotion to the Bible.
The National Shrine of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton has released a new podcast titled “Friends and Followers” which explores Elizabeth Ann Seton’s life through the eyes of those who were most intimately and profoundly inspired by her.
The Seton Shrine in Emmitsburg, Maryland is celebrating the 200th Anniversary of Mother Seton’s death with a special website and other initiatives.
The author, Maryanna Coyle, S.C., identifies five qualities of Elizabeth’s formation and shows how they influenced her life and thought.
Coming January 4th! A new 15-minute short film brought to you by the Seton Shrine.
This is a video interpretation of a painting gifted to Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton. The video was produced in partnership between the Seton Shrine and the Archives of the Daughters of Charity Province of St. Louise.
The Sisters, family members, and students moved into the four-room, two-story stone farmhouse and began living their Provisional Rule on 31 July 1809, which is considered the founding of the Sisters of Charity.