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St. Elizabeth Ann Seton

Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton Biography
  •       Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton was the first American born citizen to be canonized a saint.  She was canonized on September 14, 1975 by Pope John Paul VI.
  •       Saint Elizabeth was born, Elizabeth Ann Bayley, on August 28, 1774 in New York City.
  •       Saint Elizabeth’s mother was a member of the Episcopal Church and died when Elizabeth was only three.
  •      Saint Elizabeth married William Magee Seton, a wealthy businessman, when she was nineteen years old.
St Elizabeth Anne Seton Patron Saint

  •       Saint Elizabeth Seton and her husband had five children:  Anna Maria, William, Richard, Catherine, and Rebecca.
  •       When several of William’s ships were lost, the family became bankrupt.
  •       William became ill and the family moved to Italy where William died.
  •       Saint Elizabeth stayed with a wealth family who taught her about Catholicism.
  •       On March 14, 1805 she converted to Catholicism.
  •       Saint Elizabeth’s family and friends abandoned her when she converted.
  •       Saint Elizabeth Seton started a school in Baltimore in order to support her children but it was unsuccessful due to anti-Catholicism.
  •       In 1809, Saint Elizabeth moved to Emmitsburg, Maryland and founded the Saint Joseph’s Academy and Free School.  This school was dedicated to educating Catholic girls.
  •       Saint Elizabeth eventually founded a religious community that was devoted to the care of children and the poor.  It became known as the Sisters of Charity of St. Joseph and was the first of its kind in America.
  •       Saint Elizabeth dedicated the rest of her life to increasing the numbers in the order.
  •      Saint Elizabeth died of tuberculosis in Emmitsburg, Maryland on January 4, 1821.  She was forty-six years old.
  •       St. Joseph’s Academy eventually became Saint Joseph College.  The College closed in 1973.

St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Patron Saint

The feast of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton is on January 4.  She is the patron saint of:

  •     Catholic Schools
  •     Shreveport, Louisiana
  •    The State of Maryland.

Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton Remembered

Many Catholic schools, churches, and hospitals throughout the United States are named after Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton.

Many parents and relatives of Catholic school students give a Saint Elizabeth Seton charm to wear on the lapel of the school uniform in memory of Saint Elizabeth the first native born American saint.  Wearing a Saint Elizabeth medal is an ideal way to commemorate the hard work of this loving woman and her efforts to starting Catholic schools in America.

St Elizabeth Seton Medal Pendant
 

St. Elizabeth Ann Seton


 

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