Queen Margaret's Chapel


Queen Margaret's Chapel in Edinburgh, Scotland

T. Ratcliffe Barnett, in his book on the fervent Catholic Queen of Scotland who in 1060 was first to attempt the ruin of Columba's brethren, writes, "In this matter the Scots had perhaps kept the traditional usage of the ancient Irish church which observed Saturday instead of Sunday as the day of rest." Barnett, Margaret of Scotland, Queen and Saint, p.97.

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