John 20:11-18: Possibilities
Wednesday, July 13, 2016
Much has been imagined about Mary Magdalene. And what do we imagine were her emotions leading up to and following Jesus’ death? Do we allow ourselves to be both faithful and vulnerable to others as she was to Christ? How does her story instruct us to include more than we exclude possibilities, views and perspectives in our lives?
Much has been said about Mary Magdalene. And what do we say about fidelity, hope and love? How do we allow our everyday interactions with others to show how this woman has changed us? How do we open ourselves to God’s miracles?
Much has been written about Mary Magdalene. And what do we record in our hearts as we consider this woman who was clearly so important to Jesus? What do we hold in our hearts? What do we share with others?
To learn about this remarkable woman, enter her name in the blog search bar, or click on the image above and visit: http://www.knightstemplarorder.org/mary-magdalene/
Was the Magdalene a reformed prostitute or a faithful first apostle of Jesus? We consider why her persona might be characterized in a negative way when we visit: http://www.catholic.org/saints/saint.php?saint_id=83