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a Dutch Discalced Carmelite lay sister in the Brussels Carmel. On 8 December 1607 Margaret was admitted to the Brussels Carmel by the foundress of the convent, the Venerable Ana de Jesús, making her profession as a lay sister in 1609 and taking the name Margaret of the Mother of God. She was reputed to have gifts of prophecy and wonder-working, and recorded her spiritual experiences in an autobiography and collection of spiritual reflections. An English translation of her writings was published in 2015.
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