Saint Margaret Of Scotland is a Roman Catholic Church and school in suburban Greentree and part of the Diocese Of Pittsburgh.
It is named in honor of Maraget (1045-1093), the sister of Edgar Aetheling, the short-ruling and uncrowned Anglo-Saxon King Of England. She married Malcolm III, King Of Scots, becoming his Queen consort. Margaret was canonised in the year 1250 by Pope Innocent IV in recognition of her personal holiness, fidelity to the Church, work for religious reform, and charity.
With a congregation dating to the 1930s, the contemporary red brick building was dedicated in 1952.
Located nearby in the chuch school, reflects the belief in an educational system that is Christ-centered and committed to Catholic Doctrine.
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Parking is available across from the church.