Definition of Mary Magdalene, St in English:

Mary Magdalene, St

Line breaks: St Mary Mag|da¦lene
Pronunciation: /ˈmaɡdəliːn
(also Magdalen)
(In the New Testament) a woman of Magdala in Galilee. She was a follower of Jesus, who cured her of evil spirits (Luke 8:2); she is also traditionally identified with the ‘sinner’ of Luke 7:37. Feast day, 22 July.

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