Valiant Daughter of America – St. Elizabeth Ann Seton
Born moments before the American Revolutionary War, St. Elizabeth Ann Bayley Seton is America’s first native to be canonized a Saint. Her story, depicted in “Valiant Daughter of America” is one of love and trust; love portrayed by her Fraternal Charity to those around her, and trust vivified in the continual surrender to God’s Providence.
From her first dance to her last breathe, “Valiant Daughter of America” reproduces her life story and gives to us an engaging meditation on the American heroine and saint. Created for all ages, this audio production is packed with character-development, time-period sound effects, musical score, and a truly historical structure. Total running time: 1 hour 5 minutes.
Having died on January 4th, 1821, Elizabeth Ann Seton was a Wife, Mother, later a Mother Superior, and founder of the Sisters of Charity (of St. Joseph) and remains today the patroness of seafarers. Learn how to download our stories here.