Seton Hill students travel to home of Elizabeth Ann Seton

Fifteen students from Seton Hill University visited historic sites related to Elizabeth Ann Seton on Nov. 3 in Emmitsburg and Baltimore, Md., led by Maureen O’Brien, director of campus ministry, and Marissa Haynes, coordinator of service outreach. Seton was the first American-born saint and founded the Sisters of Charity that started SHU. The first stop…