The Soul of Elizabeth Seton

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Ignatius Press, 1990 - Biography & Autobiography - 232 pages
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Elizabeth Seton is an important saint for our times: she was a convert, an American, a wife and mother as well as a widow, the foundress of an order (the Sisters of Charity) and an administrator. Fr. Dirvin, an authority on Saint Elizabeth Seton, takes writings, correspondence, and recollections of Seton to reveal her deep life of faith and prayer. A moving biography and an inspiring record of Elizabeth Seton's interior journey that gives us a profound spiritual portrait of a multifaceted saint.
  

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Contents

Preface
7
And Then Eternity
21
His Blessed Will
35
Prayer of the Heart
53
Our Lord and Our Lady
65
If You Would Be My Disciple
87
A Kind of John the Baptist
113
My Blessed Faith
151
The Embrace of Him Who Is Love
169
Notes
181
Bibliography
199
Index
205
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