Elizabeth Seton

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n Elizabeth Seton United States religious leader who was the first person born in the United States to be canonized (1774-1821)
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Usage

In literature:

Seton, Elizabeth Ann B., 86.
"Scotland's Mark on America" by George Fraser Black
Elizabeth Seton, who had crossed the room to speak to someone, stopped.
"The Setons" by O. Douglas
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In news:

Trio brings 'professionalism' to Elizabeth Seton soccer.
Elizabeth Seton students celebrate Feast Day.
Elizabeth Seton Catholic School celebrated Thanksgiving early with a Feast Day, Nov 19, 2010.
Elizabeth Seton Academy will host its annual Autumn Auction and Reunion on Sun.
Elizabeth Seton names Jonathan Scruggs girls' basketball coach.
Elizabeth Seton , the defending Washington Catholic Athletic Conference and City Title girls' basketball champion, has named Jonathan Scruggs its new coach.
A new charter for Iona College, recognizing its consolidation with Elizabeth Seton College under the Iona name, has been approved by the New York State Board of Regents.
Elizabeth Seton students celebrate Feast Day .
Elizabeth Seton Catholic School celebrated Thanksgiving early with a Feast Day , Nov 19, 2010.
Photo by Kaydee Tuff / St Elizabeth Seton Catholic School.
Christine Leal and Jesse Hollingsworth, both of Houston, plan to marry at 2 pm Nov 17 in Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church, Plano, Texas.
Mel Royster , Elizabeth Seton.
Mel Royster is a talented post player for Elizabeth Seton who will be playing for Virginia Commonwealth next year.
Katherine Jewell Woloszyn and Steven Richard Tilley were united in marriage on Nov 26, 2011, at St Elizabeth Ann Seton Church in Dunkirk.
Parishioners at St Elizabeth Ann Seton Roman Catholic Church walk by a monument of the Ten Commandments after Sunday Mass.
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