Mary Magdalene

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Mary Magdalene is a woman in all four gospels of the New Testament. She became a faithful follower of Jesus after he delivered her from seven demons. [1] She witnessed the crucifixion and burial of Jesus, and was the first person to see and talk with him after he arose from the dead. [2] She told the apostles that she had seen him alive.

She is a saint in the Catholic church, and is remembered on July 22.

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