St. Elizabeth Ann Seton 12 KT Gold-Filled Medal 3/4" on an 18"GF Chain 1464GF. St. Elizabeth Ann Seton is popularly considered a Patron Saint of Catholic schools. Her name appears on the front two doors of St. Patrick's Cathedral, as a "Daughter of New York". The National Shrine of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton in Emmitsburg, Maryland is open to the public. In New York City, the Shrine of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton in Our Lady of the Holy Rosary's Church was built on the site of her home in Manhattan and is accessible to the public. St. Elizabeth Ann Seton had many schools named after her. The first parish and school in the world named in her honor was erected in 1963 in Shrub Oak, New York.
On December 18, 1959, Elizabeth Ann Seton was declared Venerable by the Sacred Congregation of Rites of the Catholic Church. She was beatified by Pope John XXIII on March 17, 1963, and canonized by Pope Paul VI on September 14, 1975, making St. Elizabeth Ann Seton the first native-born United States citizen to be canonized. Her feast day is January 4.
This St. Elizabeth Ann Seton medal is gifted in Grey Velour Clam Shell Jewelry Box