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Sisters driving Model T Ford.

Forty Years a Saint:
Elizabeth Ann Seton

As we approach the 40th anniversary of the canonization of Sisters of Charity founder Elizabeth Seton, the Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati are taking a look back to 1975 and the excitement that surrounded this monumental event in our history. The following items and articles were written about Elizabeth during the time of her canonization.


September 14, 1975
Elizabeth Seton's Canonization in Rome

 

A Prayer for
St. Elizabeth

Lord God, thank you for blessing
Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton with great faith, hope, joy, and charity.
I pray that her timeless example will guide me.
I look at her humility to help me accept your will for my life.
Let her grateful heart remind me to thank you
for the joys and challenges of life.
May her courage and perseverance inspire me
To serve others, our church and our country.
Thank you, God, for Elizabeth Bayley Seton,
a loving and glorious saint who is always by our side.
Elizabeth Ann Seton, pray for us. Amen.


Thank You Mother Seton

To read a reflection from S. Margaret Marie Anthony, who attended the canonization in Rome…


A Welcomed Miracle

To read a reflection from S. Mary Ellen Murphy, who attended the canonization in Rome…


Elizabeth Ann Seton –
25 Years a Saint

The following article is reprinted from a 2001 issue of Intercom, the Community’s quarterly magazine …


Reflection for the Canonization of
Elizabeth Ann Seton

To read S. Jean Patrice Harrington’s reflection on Elizabeth – at the time of her canonization …


Miracles Continue:
Mother Seton still intercedes for those in need today.


S. Patricia Newhouse (left) was the principal of St. Mel’s in Cleveland, Ohio,
following Jim Porter’s (right) accident. Jim’s mother credited S. Pat with
bringing their “devastated family back to life.”

On September 14, we celebrated the 40th anniversary of the canonization of Sisters of Charity founder Elizabeth Seton. Throughout the past week the Sisters of Charity have taken a look back to 1975 and the excitement that surrounded this monumental event. Today, we recognize how Mother Seton continues to intercede for those in need. To read more …