Tag Archives: Magdalene

Connections

Months after finishing the last rewrite, synchronicities and connections to Mary Magdalene keep coming my way.  Last week, researching, Magdalene’s feast day I found the following little tale, said to come from the apocryphal Arabic Infancy Gospel, part of which … Continue reading

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To Witness: An Act of Love

      I saw Amour last weekend. Those of you close to me know how closely it paralleled the story of my own parents. My mother too suffered a debilitating stroke and was cared for faithfully by my dad until she died. … Continue reading

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Magdalene as Mad Woman

Last Sunday I had the great pleasure of speaking from the pulpit at a local Unity church.  It’s been a long time since I donned my robes and spoke to a congregation.  I am very grateful to Reverend Ellen Davis … Continue reading

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Other Magdalenes

Have you seen all the Magdalene stories on the market?  Disciple, preacher, witness, sinner, companion, mourner, sensualist – her image contains at least a dozen roles from which she can speak to the heart.   My favorite is survivor. Rarely has … Continue reading

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