St. Elizabeth Ann Seton loved to quote Saint Ambrose, one of the four original Doctors of the Church. On his feast day, we pray that we might follow in his and Mother Seton’s footsteps in teaching the true faith to others — both in words, and in authentic lives of devotion and service.
Rob Judge, Executive Director of the Seton Shrine, Sr. Anne Marie Lamoureux, D.C., Maida Connor, Director of Donor Relations, and Tina Heffner, Executive Assistant, recently traveled to Evansville, IN to visit with the Sisters in Residence. During an enjoyable two day visit, the Seton Shrine members gave a presentation to over fifty sisters on the…
Amidst catching up after a long weekend (with our bellies still full from feasting at Thanksgiving), many of us are realizing that Christmas is just twenty-three days away. The Seton Shrine Gift Shop is here to help! Staff compiled the top five gifts we recommend this year that you can purchase online! And we ship!…
Over the next four weeks, the Seton Seton will reflect on Mother Seton’s lifelong journey of Advent. Each week we’ll meditate upon how she walked the path each of us must walk and learn from her what it means to cry “Maranatha! Come, Lord!”
As Americans, we instinctively resist any sort of absolute authority. How fitting then that it was by letting herself be ruled by Christ, the King, that Elizabeth Ann Seton—the first American-born saint—showed her fellow Americans where liberation must begin: in Him.
The Feast of the Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary is a day to reflect on the gift of maternity in all its forms, and to consider the example of Mother Seton, who stepped into the hard tasks of motherhood with courage and unswerving faith.
Like Mother Seton, Mother Cabrini is a saint whose life helps us to remember God’s perspective when we’re in the middle of setbacks and frustrations. No apparent failure is so devastating that He can’t bring good from it.
Veterans Day honors those who have served in the military, and is also the feast day of the soldier St. Martin of Tours. The virtues of obedience, humility and sacrifice, which are shared by soldiers and saints, were evident in the life of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, who left hearth and home to do spiritual battle for the Kingdom of Christ.
Before she became a foundress and a saint, Elizabeth Ann Seton was a wife, a mother, a teacher. On All Souls Day, her example reminds us of the dignity of the ordinary faithful who keep things going, bearing everyday witness to the power and value of a life in Christ.