Learn more in this video from the Seton Shrine.
Articles for Elizabeth Ann Bayley Seton
A new essay series on great Catholic cultural figures from the perspective of Elizabeth Seton’s spirituality.
Join us on a 15-day journey of prayer with St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, an ordinary woman who endured extraordinary suffering, and became the first American-born Saint.
Our relationships shape who we are — the good relationships and the difficult ones. Mother Seton’s life was filled with difficult relationships that left her wounded.
As we enter the new year and St. Elizabeth Ann Seton’s Feast Day is on January 4, let us reflect on some beautiful quotes from her writings.
Visit the home of an American Saint….wherever you are! Book a free INTERACTIVE and PERSONAL virtual tour for January 4th or 5th.
An examination of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton’s Collected Writings reveals many stories of Christmas, often marked by sorrow, illness, and death… but with ever-present threads of joy and hope.
St. Elizabeth Ann Seton’s decision to enter the Catholic faith was heroic and extraordinary.
Fr. Aidan R. Rooney, C.M. presents: three things about Elizabeth Ann Seton
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.
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.