Mary Magdalene Pilgrimage in Provence—July 2018

July 17-23, 2018 reserve now La Sainte-Baume—the Cave where Mary Magdalene spent the last thirty years of her life in prayer and contemplation Mary Magdalene Pilgrimage in Provence July 17-23, 2018 reserve now .     This Saint Mary Magdalene Novena Pilgrimage over the feast day (July 22nd) is being offered to a minimum […]

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Bethlehem welcomed the Prince of Peace / Light of the World

The 14 point silver STAR on the marble floor marks the exact spot where Jesus of Nazareth was born. This Star  is below the “Altar of the Nativity” inside the Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem. The 14 points of the Star are said to represent the 14 generations of Jesus Christ […]

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Jerusalem’s GOLDEN GATE History & Prophecy

Jerusalem’s Golden Gate Golden Gate on the east wall of the Temple Mount dates back to 1541 AD and is the oldest of the eight gates of Jerusalem today. During the time of the First Temple (10th century BCE to 586 BCE) the eastern Gate was the main entrance into […]

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Volunteering at Magdala on the Sea of Galilee!

Ever since May 20, 2014, the day I received Sue Mullski’s email with information on Fr Juan Solana’s amazing discovery of the town of Magdala (a first century fishing village on the Sea of Galilee), I have wanted to go there. That day I began research on the Magdala Center. […]

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Mary Magdalene Feast Week in PROVENCE – July 2017

Mary Magdalene feast week in Provence begins before and ends a day after her July 22nd feast day. I am now in Provence and will soon be with my Saint Mary Magdalene Novena Pilgrimage group celebrating the feast, all week long. If you find yourself in the South of France this […]

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Saint Anne Relics miraculously discovered

July 26th is the feast of Saint Anne, the mother of the Virgin Mary. I would like to share a story with you that I read about the relics of St. Anne in Apt, France on Catholic Tradition, and photographs I took this past week at the Cathedral of Saint […]

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HOLY DOORS of Mercy

Holy Doors of Mercy My first experience with a Holy Door of Mercy was on August 2, 1989, when I was visiting the charming city of Assisi, Italy, the home of the beloved “FRANCESCO.” I was so taken by Francis’ kindness and goodness and peacefulness that a year later, July […]

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Pope Francis upholds Mary Magdalene as Apostle

Apostle of the apostles

VATICAN CITY—June 10, 2016 . Vatican announced that a decree entitled: .  “Mary Magdalene, apostle of the apostles” was issued in accordance with the will of Pope Francis raising the July 22nd memorial of Saint Mary Magdalene to a feast on the church’s liturgical calendar. In the Mass and in the […]

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Camargue Cross Origin

CAMARGUE CROSS is an emblem formed with a Latin cross whose upper ends represent a three-pronged fork or “trident” (a working tool used by “gardians” or cowboys) and whose lower end is a sea anchor topped by a heart. The Camargue Cross stands for the three cardinal virtues: cross of […]

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Saint Mary Magdalene 2015 Feast Day Festivities in Provence

Feast Day Mass in the Cave

If you find yourself in the South of France this July you can enrich your vacation and your spiritual life by participating in some of the Saint Mary Magdalene feast day festivities surrounding her July 22nd Feast Day. . Feast Day Festivities in Provence . Sunday, July 19, 2015 — at 5 […]

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Saint Mary Magdalene National Shrine

A Saint Mary Magdalene National Shrine is my DREAM VISION…. My vision board for a Saint Mary Magdalene National Shrine has been on the wall directly over my computer for the past several years. ….to bring Saint Mary Magdalene (her relic) to the United States where it can permanently remain in a Saint Mary Magdalene National […]

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Skull of Mary Magdalene

Skull of Mary Magdalene

Skull of Mary Magdalene The skull of Mary Magdalene can be found in the South of France in the once Gallo Roman town of Villa Latta or Tégulata, which after the death of Maximin (one of Jesus’ seventy-two disciples), became St. Maximin-la-Sainte-Baume. The skull of Mary Magdalene rests most of […]

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Elizabeth of Sainte Marie-Madeleine

I would like to introduce to you Elizabeth whom I first met in July 2013, as she was one of the pilgrims who flew from Virginia to the South of France for the first Novena Tour of PROVENCE to Saint Mary Magdalene which took place over the Feast of Saint […]

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Sainte Marie Madeleine and La Sainte-Baume

For those of you who cannot travel to Provence and climb up to La Sainte-Baume, the “Grotte de Sainte Marie Madeleine” (the Cave of Saint Mary Magdalene), and even higher to Chapel St. Pilon—where tradition says Mary Magdalene was raised up by angels seven times a day, you may want […]

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