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The Patron Saint Index lists no symbols for Elizabeth Ann Seton.
Click on this link for a biography of Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton.
The Patron Saint Index currently does not list any symbols for Saint Elizabeth Anne Seton.
St. Elizabeth Ann Seton died on January 4, 1821
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.
There are a number of saints named Elizabeth. Please be specific.
National Shrine of Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton; Emmitsburg; Frederick County; Maryland, US.
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 Seton was the founder of the Catholic School system in the United States. She is also the first person born in the United States to be canonized as a saint.
I have placed a link below for the biography of Elizabeth Ann Seton so that you can read for yourself the reasons she deserves the title of saint.
Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton was loving,caring,giving,and she comforted those who were lonely.
No, the body of Elizabeth Ann Seton is not incorrupt.
No, the Immaculate Conception is the patron saint of the United States.
Elizabeth Ann Seton was canonized a saint on September 14, 1975, by Pope Paul VI.
She was from New York City, New York.
No, the Bible was completed about 1900 years ago. Sister Elizabeth Ann Seton is a fairly modern saint.
Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton is a good role model because she was dedicated to the Catholic church and the Catholic religion. She also helped many poor countries open schools.
Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton
I have looked at several biographies of St. Elizabeth Anne Seton and can find no reference to the schools she attended. One of the links is posted below.
In the United States Elizabeth Ann Seton is important because she founded the Catholic School System in this country and then developed an order of nuns to run them.
Mother Elizabeth Ann Seton, the first American saint, was born Elizabeth Ann Bayley and was the daughter of a prominent New York physician. She and her husband, William Magee Seton, a successful businessman, were socially prominent New Yorkers.
William Magee Seton was Elizabeth's husband.