Matthew, Henry Colin Gray, Brian Harrison, and Lawrence Goldman, editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
Standard Name: Clement, Margaret
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She had an aunt already at the convent, and was later joined there by her sister Frances. St Monica's had been founded from St Ursula's at Louvain when the latter proved inadequate for the numbers...
The convent included about twenty-eight English nuns, and the English Margaret Clement was prioress, as she had been since 1569 and remained until 1606. She then retired from her leadership position because of ill-health, but...
The seven included a lay sister.
The move was made at a time of fears that young Englishwomen might cease choosing Louvain in face of competition from other religious houses. One of them...
Morris, John, editor. The Troubles of our Catholic Forefathers. Gregg International Publishers, 1970.
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As a member of her community Shirley wrote for the good of that community. Though she professed to judge herself unworthy, she thought it her duty & part to write, hoping to inspire all those...
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Margaret Clement , 1540-1612, was the adoptive grand-daughter of Sir Thomas More , a Catholic heroine and an exemplary nun. Her biographer calls her our good grandmother and a firebrand to inkendell me in the...
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