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Archbishop Cushley and Norah Smith with a picture of her godmother. Below, the Venerable Margaret Sinclair

Norah Smith, 95, says she prays to the Venerable Margaret Sinclair every day

Archbishop Leo Cushley holding the relics during the service (Paul McSherry)

Archbishop Leo Cushley of St Andrews and Edinburgh carried the relics of St Margaret, the 11th-century Queen of Scots

Katie Milne as St Margaret beside Archbishop Leo Cushley at Dunfermline Abbey (Photo: Paul McSherry)

Pilgrimage in honour of St Margaret of Scotland was stopped 40 years ago

Archbishop Leo Cushley (Photo: PA)

Archbishop Cushley says parishes may become ‘powerhouses of devotion’

Archbishop Leo Kushley and Fr Joe McAuley at the tomb of The Venerable Margaret Sinclair in St Patrick's Church, Cowgate, Edinburgh. (Ivon Bartholomew)

Cause of Edinburgh sister is relaunched

Venerable Margaret died in 1925 from TB while helping the poor

Archbishop Cushley (Photo: PA)

Theologian says she was left in the dark by Archbishop Cushley’s decision

A sign outside the Scottish parliament advertising the date of the referendum (Photo: PA)

Scots encouraged to vote ‘in accordance with their prayerful judgment’

Archbishop Leo Cushley  (PA)

Catholic leaders are wisely keeping out of a deeply divisive debate

Then Mgr Scicluna at a prayer service for victims of abuse in St Peter's Basilica (Photo: CNS)

Bishop Scicluna to visit Edinburgh next week

Print Edition: 07/02/14

In this week’s print edition of The Catholic Herald, Archbishop Leo Cushley offers a moving eyewitness account of Benedict XVI’s resignation on the first anniversary of that momentous day. Architect Ptolemy Dean discusses his plans to give visitors to Westminster Abbey a striking new view of the shrine of St Edward the Confessor. Quentin de […]