Mother Seton


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

Traps don't feed the heart, mother, and I've a feeling for Miss Fox-Seton as is perhaps unbecoming to my station.
"Emily Fox-Seton" by Frances Hodgson Burnett
Mrs. Henry Beauchamp, the "Aunt Alice" who had dropped the bombshell in to the Seton household, was the only sister of Elizabeth's dead mother.
"The Setons" by O. Douglas

In news:

Photo courtesy of Greg Herenda Former Seton Hall assistant Kenny "Eggman" Williamson dances with Grace Herenda, mother of fellow Pirate assistant Greg Herenda, during Herenda's wedding in 1995.
Blessing of the Animals at Mother Seton School.
The 2011-12 Mother Seton School Presidential Physical Fitness Award Winners are shown with physical education teacher Danielle Kirby, back row, at right.
Julianne Cornell, Mother Seton, 22-7-51.