Margaret Sinclair

Margaret Sinclair

2014, 15 minutes

Saint Antony's Church, Forest Gate

Margaret Sinclair, was an ordinary girl, born 1900 from a poor Catholic family in Edimburg. Her beloved parents Andrew and Elizabeth, struggling to pay their rent. Margaret and her sisters becomes an apprentice French polisher at the age of forteen. Due to World War 1, she looses many jobs yet never loses her trust in her beloved Jesus. In her twenties Margaret turns to her spiritual Fr. Thomas a Jesuit Priest. He discovers that she is full of love and deeply spiritual. Fr. Thomas helps her to become a Clare Extern Sister in Notting Hill, where she receives the name of Sr. Mary Francis of the Five Wounds. Within five months of her Profession Day. She contracted turberculosis and accepts Good's will to leave her beloved convent to go to convalesce at Warley, Essex, under the care of Sisters of Charity. She constantly suffers with terrible coughs,fevers and struggles to breath. On the 24th of November 1925, her our has come. She dies peaceful, and sweetly calm.

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Connected mandy members:

Francesca Mula
Paulette McMasters
Sister Catherine