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by Christine Rousselle Washington D.C., Mar 4, 2021 / 02:00 pm MT (CNA).- The Sisters of Charity of New York have donated several of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton’s relics to the National Shrine of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, it was announced on March 1. The relics, which include the saint’s

Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton was the foundress and first superior of the Sisters of Charity in the United States. She was born to Episcopalian parents into New York City high society on August 28, 1774. Her father, Dr. Richard Bayley was the first professor of anatomy at Columbia College and

Deacon Chris Komoroski during the Diaconate Ordination 2019
A Q& A with Deacons Chris Komoroski, Benson Lokidiriyo and Andrew Reckers, who will be ordained to the priesthood on May 16. DEACON CHRISTOPHER KOMOROSKI Tell us a little bit about you personally. I was born in Arkansas, but moved to Cincinnati when I was 10. My home parish is

Seton grad grows as leader in faith Preparing to graduate from St. Antoninus School four years ago, Liz Rolfe’s main criteria as she continued her education was that “it had to be a Catholic high school, no matter what.” “My family is completely rooted in our faith, and I knew

It was all smiles at St. Francis DeSales. From left to right Mrs. Pam Forte and Ms. Greta Brandon(cook, School Receptionist and mother and grandmother to many SFDS alumni (CT Photo/Greg Hartman)
By Erin Schurenberg During the Lenten season, the opportunities for food, fellowship and fun abound at area fish fries. Most happen weekly for the first six Fridays in Lent. Other fish fries are more likely to be one-time events. With the occasional rare exception, such as that of St. Anthony

Elizabeth Ann Bayley Seton, S.C., was the first native-born citizen[1] of the United States to be canonized by the Roman Catholic Church (September 14, 1975). She established the first Catholic girls’ school in the nation in Emmitsburg, Maryland, where she also founded the first American congregation of religious sisters, the

Staff Report Highlighting the special role women religious have had in Catholic education, the Department of Educational Services has named the conference rooms in its Cincinnati office after the founders of religious orders with local ties.

Press Release The College of Mount St. Joseph will honor Christine Firer Hinze, Ph.D., with the St. Elizabeth Seton Medal on Wednesday, October 16, in the Mater Dei Chapel at noon. Hinze will then present a lecture titled “In Pursuit of Our Common Good: Educating for Solidarity and Participation as