Mary Magdalene

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Mary Magdalene
TINTORETTO - Magdalena penitente (Musei Capitolini, Roma, 1598-1602) - copia.jpg
Domenico Tintoretto,
The Penitent Magdalene, c. 1598
Apostle tae the Apostles
Born (date unkent)
Magdala, Judea
Dee'd (date unkent)
Place: possibly Saint-Maximin-la-Sainte-Baume, Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur, Fraunce, or Ephesus, Asie Meenor [1]
Honored in Eastren Orthodox Kirk
Catholic Kirk
Anglican Communion
Lutheranism
ither Protestant kirks
Bahá'í Faith
Canonizit pre-Congregation
Feast July 22
Attributes

Wastren: alabast box o eyntment

Eastren: container o ointment (as a myrrhbearer), or hauldin a reid egg (seembol o the resurrection); embracin the feet o Christ efter the Resurrection
Patronage Apothecaries; Kawit, Cavite; Atrani, Italy; Casamicciola Terme, Ischia; contemplative life; converts; gluve makkers; hairdressers; penitent sinners; fowk ridiculed for their piety; perfumeries; pharmacists; sexual temptation; tanners; weemen

Mary Magdalene (Ebreu: מרים המגדלית‎‎, oreeginal Biblical Greek: Μαρία ἡ Μαγδαληνή),[2] leeterally translatit as Mary the Magdalene or Mary o Magdala, is a figur in Christianity wha traveled wi Jesus as ane o his follaers. She is said tae hae witnessed Jesus' crucifixion an resurrection.[3] Within the fower Gospels she is named at least 12 times,[4] mair nor maist o the apostles. Based off texts o the early Christian era in the third century, it seems that her status as an “apostle" rivals even Peter's.[5]

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. "Saint Mary Magdalen". New Catholic Dictionary. 1910. Retrieved 2007-02-28. 
  2. Μαρία η Μαγδαληνή in Matt 27:56; 27:61; 28:1; Mark 15:40; 15:47; 16:1; 16:9 replaces "η" wi "τη" acause o the case chynge. Luke 8:1 says "Μαρία ... η Μαγδαληνή" an 24:10 says "η Μαγδαληνή Μαρία". John 19:25, 20:1 an 20:18 aw say "Μαρία η Μαγδαληνή".
  3. "Mary Magdalene, the clichés". BBC, Religions, 2011-07-20.
  4. "Lyons, Eric. "The Real Mary Magdalene". Apologetics Press". Apologeticspress.org. Retrieved 2013-05-07. 
  5. James Carroll (Juin 2006). "Who Was Mary Magdalene". Smithsonian Magazine.