National Shrine of Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton
339 S. Seton Avenue
Experience what life was like for our first American-born Saint through this exclusive opportunity.
Please join us February 1st and 2nd for our FREE upcoming Virtual Tour, Where It All Started: Sisters in the Stone Farm House, in celebration of the World Day of Prayer for Consecrated Life.
Your tour guide will walk you through the historic home of Mother Seton where she established the first order of sisters in America.
Perfect for families, students, or church groups, your Guided Virtual Tour will send you back in time to the 1800’s to see where Mother Seton lived with her religious community and started a global movement whose impact is still largely present in our world today.
Did you know that Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton played a major role in American history?
Growing up in New York City in the late 1700s, Elizabeth Bayley Seton had a front row seat to the beginning of the nation.
Elizabeth herself was instrumental in American history by planting the seeds of Catholicism in the United States. From rural Maryland, she founded the first order of women religious in the United States and opened a school for underprivileged young Catholics.