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She is called "the Penitent". St. Mary was given the name 'Magdalen' because, though a Jewish girl, she lived in a Gentile town called Magdale, in northern Galilee, and her culture and manners were those of a Gentile. St. Luke records that she was a notorious sinner, and had seven devils removed from her. She was present at Our Lords' Crucifixion, and with Joanna and Mary, the mother of James and Salome, at Jesus' empty tomb. Fourteen ... Continue Reading

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  1. arianne
    5 years ago

    st.mary magdalene is an inspirational saint.she is an example for those who lost hope,for those who think that there is no more time to change and for those who wants to correct what is wrong.she shows that even she is a sinner she still wants to be a follower of christ.the message is,it is not yet too late to say sorry for those sins we have committed...

  2. Della
    5 years ago

    St. Mary Magdalene was also my Saint of choice for my confirmation. I chose her because of who she was and what she represents. She hears all of our prayers and supports our prayers to our Holy Father. Do not lose faith or hope as these were the very qualities that made her great. Do not despair, she hears you and knows what is in your heart. Peace be with you.

  3. Thomas
    5 years ago

    What a wonderful saint!

  4. Andrea
    5 years ago

    Don't lose hope in her - she prays for you. Pray you are open to God's will - which is sometimes so difficult to accept. By being here makes me think that you are a person of great faith so please, keep your faith. St. Mary Magdelene is with you. Remember, she has loved much! She loves you! May God bless you richly.

  5. millie
    5 years ago

    To K.katlego:
    Do not lose hope. When you trust and believe, when darkness embraces and your faith remains intact; rest assure He will save you and bring you to light. It is, however, on His terms and at His time. Perhaps what you ask for is not in your best interest. Peace.

  6. Michele
    5 years ago

    Mary is a powerful example for us. However, Nicholas is wrong to say she is the "sole pillar" of Christianity. Christianity is founded by and on GOD. The foundation is the prophets and the apostles (Eph 2:20). To deform Mary into something else is an attack on the basics of the faith, as is done in the Da Vinci Code. Christianity doesn't need Mary; Mary needed Christ - as we all do.
    Pray for us, Mary of Magdala.

  7. Jodi in London
    5 years ago

    I very much enjoy learning each day about the many saints.
    Many thank from London, England

  8. Alfred
    5 years ago

    Praise the Lord for this site.I am being helped by this web. God be with you all..Best regards.
    Alfred Hagengimana

  9. catherine
    5 years ago

    It is interesting what you say about the life of Mary after the death of Jesus and when she died but from which source did you gain this extra information?

  10. Melanie
    5 years ago

    Saint Mary Magdalene, Most Holy Wife of Jesus, Apostle of Truth, Queen of Families and Honor of Hearts. We come to you lovingly aware of the sadness you endured during the crucifixion of our Savior and throughout time on Earth. Oh, holy woman of God help us to understand how your husband, our Savior wanted us to reconcile our Faith during the time we exist on Earth. Help us in our petitions to his most Holy Mother, Mary that she might forgive us our errors and teach us Faithfully, that we might become more worthy of teaching Her Way, as you did. Please help all Christians to look past the limitations of their own perceptions to recognize the infinite Life of Our Holy Savior Jesus. Please help us gain the wisdom needed to understand the Holy Purpose of Your Lives during our time of Earth so that we may adopt your model of Family and Community, Hope and Trust, Duty and Joy. In Jesus Name I pray. Amen

  11. Nicholas
    5 years ago

    Mary Magdalene led an interesting life. Some might say her role in Jesus' life, or more precisely, the story of the role she played in Jesus' life, is the sole pillar on which all forms of Christianity precariously sit.

  12. Alice
    5 years ago

    This website is really informative and helpful. Keep up the great work!

  13. kgaogelo katlego
    5 years ago

    mary is my confirmation name but i feel like she not helping me with anything i always beg and ask for her help but dose nt respond to me iv even lost hope on her....

  14. G
    5 years ago

    Mary is my confirmation name, after this saint.

  15. tayla
    5 years ago

    really good

  16. soleil
    6 years ago

    great site !
    great woman!

  17. 6 years ago

    really good!

  18. nick kottwitz
    6 years ago

    good site great woman

  19. carolyn
    6 years ago

    I look up to St. Mary Magdalene!!
    She is such a wonderful saint!!!

  20. gabby
    6 years ago

    this is a pretty good site

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