St. Elizabeth Ann Seton- Feast Day Jan 4

January 4 is the feast day of Elizabeth Ann Seton. She was the first American Saint, and opened a school as well as founded the Sisters of Charity. To read more about her life, click here. Then check out these ideas for celebrating this day! 🙂

Make this St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Craft
using a holy card for her picture, or
just print her picture from the internet.Wooden sticks painted and arranged as a schoolhouse with Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton's picture in the middle
Or, try this craft. Put St. Elizabeth Ann Seton’s
picture up in the bell tower, and a picture of each
child from your home school in the doors and windows.Red, black, and yellow construction paper made into a school house


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In honor of her being the first American
Saint, bake this adorable flag pie.Pie with crust on top in an American flag patternDownload these free printable snack cups
and fill them with anything you want.
Paper snack cup with pretzels inside
Try this American art project with your preschooler.
Painted outlines of red and blue stars
Print Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton’s
coloring sheet at Coloring Saints.
Just click “Saints by Feast Day” and she’s
January 4.Coloring sheet of Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton and students