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Invoking Mary Magdalene will be a great ‘awakening’ for those who follow the liturgies and visualizations. Siobhán Houston is making a wonderful contribution to the ongoing ‘saga’ of the re-emergence of the Magdalene!

Margaret Starbird

Author of The Woman with the Alabaster Jar & Mary Magdalene: Bride in Exile

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Second Annual Mary Magdalene conference in Limoges and Montsegur, France–July 22-26, 2018

I’ll be teaching at the Second Annual Mary Magdalene Studies Association conference in Limoges and Montsegur, France. The full conference will span July 22-26, 2018, and it promises to be an energizing and adventurous time. During July 23-26, we’ll be journeying to the Cathar lands, including Montsegur. The second half of the conference will be held in Alet les Bains, an entrancing medieval town known for its rich history and open-air spring-fed swimming pool! There will be time to journey to Carcassone and Rennes le Chateau if you choose. The gathering also features stellar presenters such as Dr. Bruce Chilton, Joan Clark and Dr. Jeff Merrifield.

 

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Grassroots Organizing in the Magdalene Movement

Since 2005, my Magdalene teaching and writing has centered on practices, such as meditations, rituals, prayers and more. Both the Invoking Mary Magdalene and Gnostic Healing have many such practices that you may take advantage of to increase your relationship with the Magdalene, however you conceive of her.

I’ve gotten increasingly interested in creating local community for women who feel called to the Magdalene work. The only way that will happen is if women around the world commit to starting small groups and perhaps even Magdalene festivals and liturgies at some point. I see myself as one of many who are resources for these groups. My presentation at the Magdalene conference in France will highlight this need and encourage women to take the first step in their villages, towns and cities.

Later this summer, I’ll be posting more information on how you can get involved in grassroots organizing. Starting small with a friend or two in your living room is a great idea that will enhance all the participants’ spiritual lives. Please contact me using the web form on this site, and I’ll do my best to answer your questions and listen to your ideas.

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