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The Children of St. Margaret at Mass - Nobility and Analogous Traditional Elites

The historian of St. Margaret of Scotland, who had the happiness of residing in her Court for many years, has written down some of the simple instructions she daily gave her children as they stood around her or sat by her side. They are her own words, and he says he himself was often present, […]

Hidden historical heroines (#31: Saint Margaret of Scotland) | ErinLawless.co.uk

Margaret of Wessex (c. 1045 – 16 November 1093) – known posthumously as Saint Margaret of Scotland – was an English Princess who was born in exile and became queen-consort of Scotland. Known for he…

Tour Scotland Photographs: Old Photograph Children St Kilda Outer Hebrides

Old photograph of children on St Kilda, Scotland. Often described as the islands at the edge of the world, the archipelago of St Kilda is located 41 miles west of North Uist in the Outer Hebrides. Now uninhabited, St Kilda was home to a community who survived the inhospitable conditions here for thousands of years before the final 36 people were evacuated in 1930. All photographs are copyright of Sandy Stevenson, Tour Scotland, and may not be used without permission. View the most recent…

The winding road to Kinlochewe with Loch Maree in the background, Wester Ross in the Northern Highlands of Scotland.

The winding road to Kinlochewe with Loch Maree in the background, Wester Ross in the Northern Highlands of Scotland.

Margaret of Scotland Parish endeavors to celebrate the journey of life in Lee's Summit, Missouri according to the vision of the Church in the documents of Vatican Council II. Description from stmargaretsparish.org. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Today's saint of the day is St. Margaret of Scotland. St. Margaret of Scotland was not a Scot, but was born about 1045 in Hungary...