Peggy Rosenthal, Author at Seton Shrine

Peggy Rosenthal

Caring for the Poor: Frank Capra and Elizabeth Seton

The mid-twentieth century immigrant film director and the early-nineteenth century saint born into Manhattan’s elite shared a deep concern for society’s poor and outcasts that was grounded in their Catholic faith.

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Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz and Elizabeth Seton and Their Devotion to Mary

There could hardly be two women who lived in such different cultures as Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz and St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, yet Mary spoke to each of them.

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The Eucharist at the Core: Flannery O’Connor and Elizabeth Ann Seton

The Catholic writer and the Catholic saint each grounded their lives and their works in the astonishing power of grace.

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Spiritual Soul Mates: Elizabeth Seton and Poet Vassar Miller

Vassar Miller, her body limiting what she could do in the world, lived out her life in Christ through her poetry. Despite their
different circumstances, she and Elizabeth Seton are soul sisters, linked by the spirituality that they shared.

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Seton&Culture - Denise Levertov

The Conversions of Elizabeth Seton and the poet Denise Levertov

Elizabeth Seton and Denise Levertov were strong women with strong wills who surrendered themselves body and soul to God.

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