I’m so excited to present to you a series of reflections on the magnificent disciple, Mary of Magdala.

I’m featuring writing from some great friends of mine, including: Janet Antico, Erin Duffy-Burke, and Christy Hicks-Aydt

Check the blog each day this week starting Sunday, July 18 for posts as we lead up to the Feast of St. Mary Magdalene on July 22, 2021. Here’s a little something on the history of her day.


If you’re new to the historical legacy of Mary of Magdala, check out this juicy site from our friends at FutureChurch.

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