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Sacred Order of the Magdalene

In the days of old, many of you were in the Sacred Order of Magdalena. It was not a last name. It was a title. It was a crown. 513 more words


The French Catholic Diaspora: The royal line of France through St. Mary Magdalene

“Jesus Christ bequeathed his Mother to Jerusalem, St. Peter to Rome, St. John to Asia — to whom will he have bequeathed Mary Magdalene?

We know already, it is France who received from the hands of God this part of the Testament of His Son… Tradition, history, the monuments tell it to us clearly, and Providence has taken care to give to their testimony an invincible clarity. 

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Catholic Spirituality

Rewrite of Bloodstone/Title Change

A while back I started a new page here on Word Press (https://thegipsiewonderer.com/blood-stone-by-martha-gipsiecrone-bowman/: I gave it a working title of Blood Stone  and it was going to be a tale of a lost matriarchal kingdom and a young girl at the turn of the 20th Century who finds herself caught up in intrigue and murder. 654 more words

Not Mine

Easter with the Magdalene

By the Rev. Darren Miner

Gospel Reading

The account of the Resurrection found in John’s Gospel holds a certain distinction. It is the only Gospel account that can be read at Easter in every year of our liturgical calendar. 1,414 more words


The Victory! - Mark 16:1-14

The Victory! – Mark 16:1-14
By Pastor Lee Hemen
April 5, 2015

Victory can come in many forms in our lives. It could be getting good grades, making a promotion at work, or retiring in comfort and contentment. 1,740 more words

Sermon Notes

Hallelujah, He is risen! He is risen indeed! - John 20

Hallelujah, He is risen! He is risen indeed! – John 20

Sunday is Easter Sunday, the day Jesus was raised from the dead three days after being killed as a criminal, also in fulfillment of the prophecies about Him. 2,274 more words