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St. John's
Episcopal Church

Mary Magdalene: A Lenten Quiet Day

Led by Lucinda Mosher

Saturday, March 9, 2013
09:00 AM

Wife of Jesus?  Notorious sinner?  Most faithful disciple?

Mysterious, misunderstood, memorable—there’s something about Mary Magdalene that’s worth considering again and again.  Through scripture, visual art, story, and poetry we will learn about and from the Magdalene as beloved companion, apostolic witness, center of controversy, and wise leader in the early Christian community.


Dr. Lucinda Mosher’s career has explored the intersection between faith and reason from a variety of angles.  Author of the series Faith in the Neighborhood, an exploration of the contemporary American religious traditions, Dr. Mosher has taught at NY Theological, Fordham University, The University of Michigan, Hartford Seminary and General Theo-logical Seminary.  She has served as consultant on inter-religious affairs to Columbia University’s Middle East Insti-tute, National Council of Churches of Christ, Trinity Institute and the Anglican Communion Network of Inter Faith Concerns.