noli me tangere
In the Twitter profile for this blog, I note that it is an exploration of Mary Magdalene in history, spirituality, culture, and the arts. Mary Magdalene is so embedded in the cultural history of the West that she often pops up in unexpected places, to my delight, and I’d like to dedicate this post to… Continue reading
On April 1, 2003, Dan Brown published a novel that would take the world by storm, and ignite imaginations with the notion that Jesus could have been married to Mary Magdalene. At the time I was maintaining a site called Magdalene.org, which I’d created in 1998 as a repository for all the things I was… Continue reading
Technologist, mom, and erstwhile Mary Magdalene researcher rediscovering her love of the apostola apostolorum. Author of The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Mary Magdalene (Alpha Books 2005), contributor to the Secrets of Mary Magdalene anthology and documentary video by Dan Burstein. Creator and curator of Magdalene.org, 1998-2017.
The “Woman Who Knew The All” is a reference to a passage in Dialogue of the Savior, a 2nd century Gnostic text.