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The Story of Margaret Sinclair in Words & and Pictures

£12.99

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Every autumn people from all across Scotland and beyond gather in St Patrick's Church in Edinburgh for the pilgrimage to Venerable Margaret Sinclair's tomb. Follow the story of this ordinary girl who was extraordinary in her pursuit of holiness. From her upbringing in the slums in Cowgate Edinburgh and to her final days in the convent of the Poor Clare.

Paperback: 100 pages

20cm x 17cm (8" x 6¾")

 

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