Seton Shrine Photo

The Shrine of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton
at Our Lady of the Rosary Parish
is a Catholic community in a landmark building
connected to colonial times through the sanctity of
St. Elizabeth Ann Seton
who lived here.

We endeavor to be an instrument of grace and spirit
to our religious, civic and cultural neighbors.

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Historic Church Walking Tour

Discover the Legacy of Downtown New York

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Pilgrimage hits NYC streets 4/2/2012

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LENT: When Lent begins, can spring be far behind? Besides the usual "journey" metaphor to describe the season, this year it may be preferable to emphasize the "spring" metaphor whi...
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November Appeal 2013

Dear Friends, It has been a year since our last letter but we are OK. Our doors are open, the prayers are being raised and the shrine is still a place of stillness, hope, service and inspiration. ...
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Seton Bicentennial

1809-2009: Bicentennial Celebrations in honor of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton --> View Events

Seton Bridge

Building Relationships Around Lower Manhattan

"She was our daughter before she was your mother," remarked Father John Howard, Vicar of Trinity Church regarding St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, the first canonized American Saint. Known for her endless charity, Mother Seton founded the Catholic parochial school system in the United States but was originally a Protestant. This shared history serves as the basis of the Seton Bridge, a joint effort of downtown churches working together to celebrate the joy of faith and prayer.

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