Who was Mary Magdalene?
A prostitute? A disciple?
Pam McGrath went on a pilgrimage to France in search of Mary's relics, holy sites, and spirit - but came back with something transcendent for us all.
Praise for “Mary and Me”
“Heartfelt, moving and illuminating.” - Agnes Norfleet, Pastor, Decatur, GA
“The most powerful message this Catholic woman has ever witnessed. To me, Pam was Mary; she was her true and transparent self.... For me, she told the most important truth, that we must all find our own path to God and by doing so, we find ourselves.” - Milam McGraw Propst
“Breathes the long-missing breath of a woman’s passion and humor into the scanty biblical text. Pam establishes how to blend an ancient story with our own.” - Elaine Bontempo, Somerville, MA
“Brings the reality of Mary as a living person with emotions to us. Plus, humor is a marvelous teacher.” - Peggy M., GA
“Brilliant.” - The Rev. S.C. Hervell, Gainesville, GA
Running time: 47 minutes.