St. Elizabeth Seton - Lectern Frontal LF790
Artwork by the Benedictine Sisters of Turvey Abbey
Elizabeth Ann Seton.
Feast Day: 4th January.
Mother Seton, born 1774 died 1821. Founded first
American religious community for women: the Sisters of Charity. It was
based upon the Rule St. Vincent de Paul had written for his Daughters of
Charity in France.
Foundress - educator - wife and mother.
First native born citizen of USA to be canonized
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- 100% Polyester (natural-feel
- Fade resistant printing.
- Includes wood rods (top and
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- Fire retardant: BS5867/Type
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