Volume 7-Lesson 13: The Story of St. Margaret of Scotland
Includes: piece of tapestry, cast resin miniature model of an Abbey, gold coins and purse, saint booklet, green felt underlay, open front tray.
We remember her in the month of November.
Margaret of Scotland was of Anglo-Saxon, royal blood, so she fled to Scotland to the court of Malcolm when William the Conqueror , a Norman, took England. She married the king and bore him six sons and two daughters. She helped reform the Scottish Catholic Church from Celtic to Roman traditions, reestablished Columba's island of Iona as a holy place, and cared for the poor of Scotland as well as her family.