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St. Margaret Clitherow was born in Middleton, England, in 1555, of protestant parents. Possessed of good looks and full of wit and merriment, she was a charming personality. In 1571, she married John Clitherow, a well-to-do grazier and butcher (to whom she bore two children), and a few years later entered the Catholic Church. Her zeal led her to harbor fugitive priests, for which she was arrested and imprisoned by hostile authorities. Recourse ... Continue Reading

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  1. Magdalena
    3 years ago

    glorious saint, i would like to be just like her..

  2. Mica Joiner
    3 years ago

    Jeannie, Just pray to her as you would talk to a friend. Just tell her how you need her help. She will hear you:)

  3. lindamariae
    3 years ago

    I very much appreciate the info this site provides, it is up lifting tidbits of info. that I can always fit into my very busy day. Thanks! L

  4. Helen Hawkins
    3 years ago

    I will pray to St Margaret as her feast day is on my daughter's birthday.
    My daughter is a business woman and mother. She needs all the help she can receive.

  5. Jean
    4 years ago

    This saint is from my husband's side of the family. We actually met in a church named St. Margaret's. Whenever her name comes up in a situation we know she is looking out for us.

  6. Jeannie
    4 years ago

    Does anyone know where I can find a prayer to this saint in hopes of helping me with severe claustrophobia??

    Thank you.

  7. crd (inisials)
    5 years ago

    this saint is inspiring to do the right thing she was a lovely person

  8. imii
    5 years ago

    I really like Margaret Clitheroe i think she is interesting.

  9. oke
    5 years ago

    i would like to agree with nokiariley why oh why did u have to go?

  10. kate
    5 years ago

    the saints are a little short!!

  11. Ayuk
    5 years ago

    the only thing that came to mind after I read this is "we've gone through, we've gone through...Amen"

  12. nokiariley
    6 years ago

    u are great but why did u have to die.

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