I love everything about this new season of Epiphany—chalking the doors, eating King Cake, wearing crowns, and reflecting on the light.
Mark’s account of the resurrection is absolutely perfect for children.
If Mary Magdalene is anything, she is present.
Terrified women share an experience with men they trust, but the men don’t believe them. They say the women are lying. One of these women in particular is publicly shamed and labeled with the slanderous reputation of being a prostitute.
Even though her eyes were swollen and sensitive from days of crying, her heart broken so that she felt she could hardly breath, Mary Magdalene […]
Mary Magdalene proclaimed to the Apostles and to the world the work of the risen Christ in her life.
The work of beholding resurrection and new life belongs to all the faithful.