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.
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Articles for Elizabeth Ann Bayley Seton
Under an adapted Rule of the French Daughters of Charity approved by Archbishop Carroll, a novitiate was completed, and seventeen women became the first vowed American Sisters of Charity July 19, 1813.
“Elizabeth Ann Seton was a mother in every respect, loving her own children, her extended family, her spiritual daughters, her students, and persons in need, with maternal care.”
Elizabeth offers us a guide, a light in a time of darkness. St. Elizabeth Ann Seton: Pray for us!
Are we prepared to hear God’s consoling word when it is simply saying “I am with you in the midst of this?
Elizabeth certainly felt all the losses she was called to bear.
The National Shrine of Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton has provided an opportunity to virtually pray the Stations of the Cross from the historic White House where Mother Seton taught, prayed, and died.
How many can today identify with these words and need the support of our prayers?
St. Elizabeth Ann Seton had two life-changing experiences in a place of quarantine.
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.