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St.Mary Magdalene Feast Day

"Woman Why Are You Crying?" 

      Mary Magdalene is certainly a true believe. Definitely not scared of the struggles that might face her because of  following Christ. She lived out her Faith. She is the one to live out the Faith. To stay strong has a rock.  She wept leaning into the tomb, seeing her Lord taken. (For all she knew stolen) Strong Faith, made her feel deep sorrow.

     After being heeled from seven demons (Which now though to be a mental illness) she followed Jesus with his disciples. She knew that only someone from God could heal her, and so her Faith helped lead her.

     Mary stayed strong and experienced the journey Jesus took to the cross and after the cross. She was left weeping at the cross and proclaimed to the disciples that Jesus was alive.

     Saint Augustine called her the, "Apostle to the Apostles"  Mary was the one that Jesus entrusted to proclaim he was alive. She was the one to share the Faith, to share the most amazing thing that has ever happened.

At The Tomb

     We know that once Mary ran to the tomb on Sunday Morning, she was amazed and saw it was empty. She wept seeing the clothes rolled up, but was met up with two angels. Then was shaken by the voice of the 'gardener'  whom asked, "Women why are you crying"  and  " Whom are you looking for"  and Her sadness tears turns into the tears of joy

    We are called to live the Faith of Mary Magdalene. We are called to live out a fearless and Faithful life dedicated to Jesus. We  to are called to live like Mary, and follow Jesus through suffering- even if we must go through suffering as well. We are called-even though it's not Easter- to proclaim the risen Lord. The Lord whom we weep for and now is risen. The Lord whom we searched for and we have found


Great Shepherd   
You  brought forth a woman of many sins, 
Who was going to be tormented by those around. 
But by your unmeasurable love you saved her from the evil of those around her. 
She was graced with being healed, and lived a life of Faith. 

Mary Magdalene we pray, 
that through your intercession, 
we may learn by your example
to stay strong in the Lord- Even though we have sinned against the Lord.
May you help us to stay, looking upon the cross of Christ,
So that we may rejoice when we see the empty tomb

St Mary Magdalene PRAY FOR US



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