Saints related to Patron-against-in-law-problems

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  • St. Elizabeth Ann Seton
    The first saint born in America, St. Elizabeth Ann Seton was born in New York City in 1774. After the death of her husband, she converted to Catholicism. She began educating children, founding a free Catholic school. She also founded the Sisters of Charity, the first American religious community for women.
  • St. Elizabeth of Hungary
    St. Elizabeth of Hungary was born in 1207, daughter of the King. She was happily married and was known for her generous acts of charity towards the poor and sick. At the death of her husband, she devoted her life fully to prayer and works of charity.
  • St. Jane de Chantal
    St. Jane was born in Dijon, France in 1572. She was the wife of the baron of Chantal, but after his death she devoted her life to God. Together, with St. Francis de Sales, she founded the order of the Visitation and established several convents in France.