Elizabeth Seton

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Noun1.Elizabeth Seton - United States religious leader who was the first person born in the United States to be canonized (1774-1821)
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Elizabeth Seton Catholic Church in Bedford joined together to raise $11,000 in donations during their 2014 Turkey Drive for the New Hampshire Food Bank just in time for Thanksgiving.
An NCR editorial in this issue consisted of a headline, "Saint Elizabeth Seton," and two words, "Sounds good.
Elizabeth Seton Church, PO Box 861, North Falmouth, MA, 02556 or The Wounded Warrior Project, National Processing Center, PO Box 758541, Topeka, KS 66675-8541.
Elizabeth Seton School in Golden Gate, now has a smartphone-tablet app that allows school administrators to communicate with parents directly on their phones and tablet devices sharing alerts, schedules, school news feeds, contact numbers and more.
Maria, 95, "loved the Sacred Heart, Saint Anthony, Saint Jude, Saint Elizabeth Seton, and Dexter [her hometown].
Berkadia Commercial Mortgage originated $100,000,000 in fixed-rate financing through its HUD/FHA program for the construction of the new $125,000,000 Elizabeth Seton Pediatric Center in Yonkers, N.
Malcolm McCluskey is the chairperson of the Religious Studies Department at Elizabeth Seton High School in Bladensburg, Maryland.
Katherine Lee Cunningham and Lee Hartwell Rogers were united in marriage at two o'clock in the afternoon on July 15, 2006, at Saint Elizabeth Seton Church in Ridgefield, Connecticut.
Although a pioneer Catholic educator of the early 19th century, Elizabeth Seton was neither the first to establish a Catholic school nor the founder of the parochial school system in the United States (Maynard, 1941).
Elizabeth Seton Parish in Naperville, Illinois, remembers his parents talking about their expectations of chastity when he was a teen.
Both are members of the order of Elizabeth Seton and wear the full black habit and bonnet.
On International Midwives Day, May 5, 2000, the Metropolitan Doula Group, in cooperation with the Elizabeth Seton Childbearing Center in New York City, hosted its second annual celebration of midwives.

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