Sister Elizabeth Ann Seton did not perform miracles. However, Our Lord did allow the following miracles to happen through the intercession of Sister Elizabeth.
1) The cures of Sister Gertrude Korzendorfer, D.C., (1872-1942), of Saint Louis, of cancer;
2) The cure of a young child, Ann Theresa O'Neill, (b.1948), of Baltimore, from acute, lymphatic leukemia;
3) The miraculous recovery of Carl Kalin, (1902-1976), of New York, from a rare form of encephalitis.
The miracles were investigated and allowed to be entered as evidence by the Sacred Congregation of Causes of Saints in the cause of Sister Elizabeth.
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Sister Elizabeth Ann Seton is not remembered as a miracle worker during her life. She is remembered as a founder of Catholic schools in America and then founding a religious order of nuns to run...
No, the body of Elizabeth Ann Seton is not incorrupt.
William Magee Seton was Elizabeth's husband.
St. Elizabeth Ann Seton died on January 4, 1821
January 4 is Elizabeth Anne Seton's feast day.
Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton was born in New York City.
Dr. Richard Bayley was the father of Elizabeth Ann Seton. She married William Magee Seton, who died of tuberculosis after about 10 years of marriage. Her complete name would be Sister Saint Elizabeth Ann Bayley Seton.
Elizabeth Ann Seton was born on August 28, 1774, in New York City,
Yes, Elizabeth Ann Seton is a patron saint. She is the patron Saint of Catholic schools and the state of Maryland.
Elizabeth Ann Seton was born on August 28, 1774.