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Church of St Margaret of Scotland

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Church of St Margaret of Scotland

St Margarets Catholic Church
Roman Catholic Church of St Margaret of Scotland
Country United Kingdom
Denomination Roman Catholic
Architect(s) Austin Winckley
Diocese Diocese of Westminster
Priest(s) Fr Christopher Silva
Parish administrator Jean McGinley

The Church of St Margaret of Scotland is a Roman Catholic church on St Margaret’s Road in St Margarets, Twickenham, in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames. It was designed by the architect Austin Winckley and opened in 1969. In 1999 it became a Grade II listed building.[1]

The church is named after the 11th-century English Saxon princess who became Queen of Scotland when she married Malcolm III[2] and who was canonised by Pope Innocent IV in 1250.[3]

Mass is held on Saturday and Sunday evenings and every morning except on Thursdays.[4]


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  2. ^ "Who was St Margaret of Scotland?". Church Information. Church of St Margaret of Scotland. Retrieved 16 May 2015. 
  3. ^ Keene, Catherine (2013). Saint Margaret, Queen of the Scots: A Life in Perspective.  
  4. ^ "Mass Times". Church Information. Church of St Margaret of Scotland. Retrieved 16 May 2015. 

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  • Official website

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