Saint Mary Magdalene

Mary of Magdala, or Mary Magdalene, also called Mary the Magdalene in the Gospels, is a disciple of Jesus who follows him until his last days, attends his Resurrection and who gave birth to an important figure of Christianity. She is mentioned at least twelve times in the four canonical gospels, more than most of the apostles. The Gospel according to John, written at the earliest around 802, makes him the first person to have seen Jesus after his Resurrection, charged with warning the apostles.