Mother Seton

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Noun1.Mother Seton - United States religious leader who was the first person born in the United States to be canonized (1774-1821)
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Nepomuceno was rushed to Mother Seton Hospital in Naga City but was pronounced dead on arrival.
Albayalde later headed to the Mother Seton Hospital in this city to visit the other injured victims.
Currently, the survivor of the accident, considered by many as a "miracle baby," is now at the Mother Seton Hospital awaiting medical treatment for a leg fracture.
A part of the outstanding 'Saints by Our Side' series from Pauline Books & Media, "Elizabeth Ann Seton" by Anne Merwin (a past President of the Mother Seton House in Baltimore and now an Associate of the Sisters of Charity of New York) is a 93 page biography of a young Colonial America socialite who becomes the pioneer of the Catholic school system in the United States and the foundress of the Sisters of Charity.
Ed was a member of Mother Seton Catholic Church since moving to Palm Coast, FL in 1989 and was a member of Our Lady of Czestochowa Catholic Church in Worcester, MA before moving to Florida.
"Mother Seton loved to dance," said Sister of Charity Regina Bechtle of the Bronx, an expert on the saint and coeditor of Seton's four-volume Collected Writings.
In 1812, Mother Seton adopted a modified version of the Common Rules of the Daughters of Charity (1646/1995) developed originally by Saint Vincent de Paul (1581-1660) and Saint Louise de Marillac (1591-1660) in Paris for their Daughters of Charity, Servants of the Sick Poor.
Mother Seton House is the home of Elizabeth Ann Seton, the first American-born Roman Catholic saint, who founded a school, as well as the Daughters of Charity.
The wounded officers were taken to Mother Seton Hospital in Naga City.