Margaret Sinclair: An Ordinary Girl (2014)

Margaret Sinclair is a working girl, born into a pious Catholic family in Edinburgh. Fr. Thomas J. Agius, her spiritual advisor, guides her to become Sister Mary Francis of the Five Wounds.... See full summary »

Director:

Dianne Thomas

Writer:

Dianne Thomas

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Cast

Credited cast:
Stephanie Pena Stephanie Pena ... Margaret Sinclair
Michael Eaves ... Mr. Andrew Sinclair
Emily Swain ... Mrs. Elizabeth Sinclair
Clarissa Hagan ... Isabella Sinclair
James Anderson James Anderson ... Andrew Sinclair
Rebecca McClay Rebecca McClay ... Annie Pender
Enrico Lange Enrico Lange ... Patrick Lynch
Paulette McMasters Paulette McMasters ... Sr. Catherine
Francesca Mula ... Sr. Emmanuel
Dianne Thomas Dianne Thomas ... Nellie Woods
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Michael Slater Michael Slater ... Fr. Thomas J. Agius S.J
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Margaret Sinclair is a working girl, born into a pious Catholic family in Edinburgh. Fr. Thomas J. Agius, her spiritual advisor, guides her to become Sister Mary Francis of the Five Wounds. To this day the Venerable Margaret Sinclair is a powerful mediator with God in our sorrows and infirmities. Nor do the prayers of those who call on her for help remain unheard, for the favours so far obtained are numberless. Written by Dianne Thomas

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Short | Drama | History

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

1 December 2014 (UK) See more »

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Budget:

GBP4,000 (estimated)
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Color
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