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.
Visit the home of an American Saint….wherever you are! Book a free INTERACTIVE and PERSONAL virtual tour for January 4th or 5th.
St. Elizabeth Ann Seton’s decision to enter the Catholic faith was heroic and extraordinary.
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
The Seton Shrine in Emmitsburg, Maryland is celebrating the 200th Anniversary of Mother Seton’s death with a special website and other initiatives.
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.
“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.”
Each year The National Shrine of Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton puts on Back from the Dead, an interactive cemetery walk that brings the dead back to life.