Stories of those who were inspired by Mother Seton's mission
Friends & Followers is the latest podcast brought to you by the Seton Shrine that explores Elizabeth Ann Seton’s life through the eyes of those who were most intimately and profoundly inspired by her. From those who were here at the beginning to those who are inspired today, the podcast will dive into how people’s lives were affected by Elizabeth Ann Seton and her legacy. New episodes every two weeks! Visit setonshrine.org/podcast to learn more, or listen now on iTunes, Spotify, or Stitcher.
Mother Seton & The Importance of Retreats
A Conversation about St. Francis de Sales
Elizabeth Living Lent
Ann O'Neill and Mother Seton's Miraculous Intercession
It will be 70 years on April 11th, that Ann's parents brought her to the grave of Mother Seton in hopes of their daughter being cured. It was Good Friday, and by Easter Monday, Ann was cured showing no signs of Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia. Just a few days prior the doctors thought her situation hopeless.
Antonio Filicchi, An Instrumental Family Friend
Antonio was part of the family that would be instrumental in teaching Elizabeth the Catholic faith.
Dr. Richard Bayley, Mother Seton's Father Part 2
Part 2 | Richard Bayley was a prominent New York City physician and the first chief health officer of the city. An expert in yellow fever, he helped discover its epidemiology, improved city sanitation, performed the first successful arm amputation at the shoulder, and authored the Federal Quarantine Act of 1799.
The stories of the woman and friends surrounding Mother Seton are just as fascinating as Mother Seton’s life! Entertaining to listen to and we can tell you both are good friends with each other and these historical characters.