St. Elizabeth Ann Seton had two life-changing experiences in a place of quarantine.
Articles for Elizabeth Ann Bayley Seton
St. Elizabeth Ann Bayley Seton was born in New York City, a daughter of the American Revolution and a child of her environment. Learn more in this SlideShare presentation.
Deep friendships were extremely important to St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, and she made every effort to keep in close contact with them. (SlideShare presentation)
From DePaul University, a video Q&A session by the author Catherine O’Donnell who has written the first biography of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton in over 65 years.
Prayer service for the birthday of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton on August 28.
Arizona State University professor and author Catherine O’Donnell will be at the Seton Shrine to talk about her newest biography on Elizabeth Ann Seton.
St. Elizabeth Ann Seton’s life of profound faith was intimately linked with each of the first five dioceses of the young church in the United States.
The star of the wisemen can be a metaphor the times in our lives when we must seek in the darkness for the light of God’s Providence as did St. Elizabeth Ann Seton and St. Vincent dePaul.
A SlideShare presentation based on an article by Sr. Gertrude Foley, S.C. looks at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton’s “spirituality for mission”… a guide for present-day Vincentians to avoid some of the ways that we block our own effectiveness as servants of God.
In a series of brief videos, St. Elizabeth Ann Seton reflects upon her journey from New York City to 600 N. Paca Street in Baltimore, Maryland.
St. Elizabeth Ann Seton trusted in God to lead her through the dark valleys of life.
Hear about the Newest Biography of Elizabeth Ann Seton at Chat with an Author at The National Shrine of Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton Emmitsburg, MD — Arizona State University professor and author Catherine O'Donnell will be at the Seton Shrine on Friday, September 14,...