Orthodox Women, Icons of Mary Magdalene

Mary Magdalene was a Jewish Woman She lived among Gentiles in the city of Magdala on the sea of Galilee. The Ancient ruin of a Sacred Jewish temple has been excavated, called Migdal SynagogueMore
Mary Magdalene was a Jewish Woman
She lived among Gentiles in the city of Magdala on the sea of Galilee. The Ancient ruin of a Sacred Jewish temple has been excavated, called Migdal Synagogue is in the city of Magdala Israel. Walking around the site raises some very interesting issues around the life of Mary Magdalene who apparently was born there. A large mural and chapel highlights the women who touches a Jewish rabbi garment because she was hemorrhaging for 12 years. (Matthew 9:20–22, Mark 5:25–34, Luke 8:43–48). The museum in another area suggests Mary is the sinner, who weeps and washes Jesus’ feet with her hair in the Gospel of John. It is notable that scholars are still skeptical, Mary Magdalene is not actually named in either text.
What she did after meeting Jesus is much more significant. Her life has inspired mystery as well as icons. Mary watched the crucifixion close up, three times women make themselves known on theVia Crucis
. Mary was present when they laid … More