St. Margaret of Scotland (1045-1093)
Margaret was the daughter of King Edward the Exile of England. After her father's death, she fled from England; she was received by Malcolm III of Scotland, who later married her. As queen, she convoked a synod which made regulations concerning the Lenten fast, Easter Communion, and marriage laws. She founded several churches, and was constantly engaged in prayer and pious practices.

Reflections from the Saints

I see more Pharisees among Christians than there were around Pilate.
– St. Margaret of Cortona