At age 15 she married William Seton, a wealthy businessman.
The Fillichi family in Italy assisted her husband until his death.
Elizabeth Seton became a Catholic in Livorno, Italy.
They had five children, all boys.
Cecilia O'Conway of Baltimore joined her effort.
The Diocese of Emmitsburg MD funded her schools.
She is the first native born American saint.
She founded the Sisters of Providence.
Reflection on the human person
All of the above
Order in the universe
Since there is "truth in wine", intoxication
Harmony in the spheres
Our animal nature
Our eternal seed
The voice of conscience within us
From our father's DNA
Being a disciple of Jesus Christ
Building Christ's kingdom of salvation, love, justice and mercy
Having an intimate relationship with God through prayer.
All of these
Franklin Roosevelt's first alphabet agency
Roman Catholics in Action
Abbreviation used after a name to indicate membership in a religious order
Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults, the process of initiating new members into the Catholic Church.