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Saint Margaret of Scotland What do you notice? Who might be in the picture? What are they wearing? Where are they? Look at the furniture. Where would you see furniture like this? When do you think this was? Who/what do you think everyone is looking at? © Farmington Trust: Caroline Pitcathley
Saint Margaret marries King Malcolm of Scotland Margaret was an English princess. She and her mother sailed to Scotland to escape from the king who had conquered their land. King Malcolm of Scotland welcomed them and fell in love with the beautiful princess. Margaret and Malcolm were married before too long. © Farmington Trust: Caroline Pitcathley
As queen, Margaret changed her husband and the country for the better. Malcolm was good, but he and his court were very rough. When he saw how wise his wife was, he willingly listened to her good advice. Margaret helped him control his temper and practise the Christian virtues. She made the court beautiful and civilized. The king and queen were wonderful examples because of the way they prayed together and treated each other. They fed crowds of poor people. They tried very hard to imitate Jesus in their own lives. King Malcolm and Queen Margaret ruled Scotland very well. © Farmington Trust: Caroline Pitcathley
Margaret was a blessing for all the people of Scotland. Before she came, there was great ignorance. Many people had bad habits that kept them from growing closer to God. She and Malcolm had new churches built. She loved to make the churches beautiful to honour God. In fact, Queen Margaret embroidered some of the priests' vestments herself. Look at the background of this picture. What do you see? © Farmington Trust: Caroline Pitcathley
Margaret and Malcolm had eight children, six sons and two daughters. Three of their sons Edgar, Alexander I, and David I, became Kings of Scotland. Her daughter Matilda married Henry I becoming Queen of England. Unlike most saints canonised by Rome, St Margaret stands out as the happy mother of a large family. Find a list of Scottish kings and see if you can spot the three names mentioned above. St Margaret, Malcolm and their children. © Farmington Trust: Caroline Pitcathley
But Margaret had sorrows, too. In her last illness, she learned that both her husband and her son, Edward, had been killed in battle. They died just four days before Margaret's death. She died on November 16, 1093. Margaret was proclaimed a saint by Pope Innocent IV in 1250. Find out which in which battle Malcolm and Edward were killed. Saint Margaret on her death bed © Farmington Trust: Caroline Pitcathley
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