The centuries-old artifacts, which belonged to Seton, were among many unveiled and blessed during an event at the National Shrine of Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton in Emmitsburg Thursday.
Cardinal Dolan and Fr. Dave Dwyer talk with Rob Judge and Sr. Regina Bechtle about the artifacts coming to Emmitsburg.
Catholic News Agency covers the highly anticipated event this spring.
Rob Judge talks about the 200th Anniversary of Mother Seton’s death.
Watch Elizabeth Seton: Seeker to Saint
Read Archbishop William E. Lori’s inspiring homily fromSt. Elizabeth Ann Seton’s Feast Day Mass.
From the seeds planted 200 years ago, the church that Elizabeth Seton cherished as her “ark” today serves more than 64 million Catholics.
There is a lot this homegrown saint can teach us, especially these three lessons from her life.
Elizabeth Bayley Seton and her family shaped Catholic life in nineteenth century America. And they continue to shape it today.
If American Catholics are looking for a Christian role model during these turbulent times, Mother Seton is a wonderful choice.