St. Athanasius and St. Elizabeth Ann Seton

The Greatest Idea of St. Athanasius and St. Elizabeth Ann Seton

What attracted Mother Seton to the Catholic Church was the closeness of Christ, from the intimate scenes of the nativity, to His presence in the Eucharist. Like the great saint Athanasius, she proclaimed the truth of the Incarnation to all—“God is so infinitely present to us that he is in every part of our life and being.”

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Mother Seton, Saint of the Incarnation

Something powerful always happens when divinity meets humanity. This is best exemplified in the Incarnation, when God took on human flesh, and we see this reflected when ordinary people rise to become saints. Mother Seton’s life speaks to this mystery, and by her example she leads us closer to the Incarnate Word.

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Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton and the Virtues of Veterans St. Martin of Tours

Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton and the Virtues of Veterans

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.

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To Follow the Pope, as St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Did

To Follow the Pope, as St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Did

St. Peter is honored because despite his weaknesses, he loved and followed Jesus, and became the first pope. St. Elizabeth Ann Seton also chose a difficult path, when she answered God’s call, and entered the Catholic Church. Like St. Peter, Mother Seton’s humility became her greatest glory.

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