Canonization of Elizabeth Ann Seton, by Pope Paul VI, as first native-born American Saint, September 14.
Beatification of Elizabeth Ann Seton by Pope John XXIII, March 17.
Death of Mother Elizabeth Ann Seton, January 4.
Death of Rebecca Seton at age 14, November 3.
Sisters go to Philadelphia to serve orphans as first work outside of Emmitsburg.
Death of Anna Marie Seton, “Annina,” at age 17, March 2.
Move to St. Joseph’s in the Valley and the establishment of a school for girls and catechism classes for “poor whites and blacks”.
Move to Mt. St. Mary’s Seminary in Emmitsburg, Maryland, with small group of sisters, June 21. Foundation by Elizabeth Ann Seton of the Sisters of Charity of Saint Joseph’s at Emmitsburg, MD, the first native community of religious women founded in the United States, July 31.
Move to St. Mary’s in Baltimore, June 9, to establish a school.
Elizabeth’s profession of Catholic Faith in St. Peter’s, New York, March 14.