From East to West the question is being asked: How is the Cause progressing of Margaret Sinclair, that "humble Franciscan flower," as Pope Pius X1 has called her.
Fr. Fortunat Scipioni, PostulatorGeneral, is active in promoting the Cause. The informative process by the Ordinary in Edinburgh is finished. and the Cause must now pass through the various processes laid down by Canon Law. The deposition from all the documents which are necessary or useful to expedite the process before the Roman Court is taking place in a few days. In short. the Cause of beatification is going forward well.
Since Margaret Sinclair's death, her name has stirred acclamation throughout the world, her life has been written in many
languages. "Notable conversions, numerous returns to Christian life, and many vocations to the priesthood and the religious otders are ascribed to her." So writes Fr. Christopher Keyser, 0.F.M., to whose care, it is desired, should be sent persona' letters to the Holy Father praying for Margaret .Sinclair's beatification. Fr. Keyser's address is: cio Postulagione Generale. Collegio S. Antonio, Via Merida/la 124, Rare.