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Mary Magdalene in South of France Online Pilgrimage

Week 4 of 6 Mary in the Cathar Tradition

Sat Oct 31, 2020 – 8am – 10am Pacific/11am – 1pm Eastern/4pm-6pm London

Jill will open with a brief message from Mary regarding how others viewed her as a connection mechanism to Source/God. She will also offer her recommendations for an updated approach to connection to Source/God, which is what she and Jesus taught during their time.

Veronique will share:

Mary Magdalene and the Cathars

Who were the Cathars?

What was the place of Mary Magdalene in the Cathar religion?

Pilgrimage to Minerve

In its medieval streets, Minerva keeps in mind the Cathar epic. Indeed, from June 1210, the City of Minerva is caught in the torments of the Crusade. The Catholic Crusaders left the Cathars who took refuge in Minerva no other choice than to convert or die at the stake.

Closing: addressing/sharing comments, insights and possible questions from the sacred circle of participants.

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Throughout the Gospels, we see Mary Magdalene evolving on her personal path, her becoming towards this initiate, this contemplative of whom the Gospel of Mary speaks. Her route is that of the feminine that we find in each of us, a path to fulfillment.

Her beauty, her seduction, her repentance, her tears on Christ’s feet which she wiped with her long hair, the vase of perfume that she poured out, the forgiveness she obtained from it, her pain near the cross and the tomb, her privileged presence at the resurrection, her arrival in Provence and her contemplative solitude in Sainte-Baume make it the model of absolute love.

Marie Madeleine fascinates: she is an interrogation on love, sin, femininity and the sacred.

Yet she remains deeply enigmatic…

What’s the purpose of this pilgrimage?

  • We offer you a ray of light in these dark times. Join our Circle of Magdalene’s friends and walk on her footsteps in Provence from your home, as if you were a live participant. Engage fully with the experience, until it possible for you to travel and join us in person.

  • Take this time out for yourself. Turn off all distractions and give yourself these moments to call your soul you own.

  • As you can’t come to Mary Magdalene, Mary Magdalene comes to you.

  • Let her cover you with her coat of compassion and benevolent protection. Let her accompany you on your path, that of love, that of healing, that of consciousness, that of light, the path that leads to your heart…