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Video and Interviews: Mary Magdalene Relic in Berkeley

| February 18, 2011
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Yesterday, Berkeley’s St. Mary Magdalen Parish hosted a relic that is purportedly a piece of the tibia (shinbone) of the biblical figure Mary Magdalene.

KQED’s Kelly Wilkinson was there and shot the following videos:


Kelly Wilkinson also interviewed several people who had come to see the relic. Audio below:

Paula Lawlor, who helped arrange the tour, on her personal experience with the relic

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Paula Lawlor on the story of Mary Magdalene

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Linda Casillas, who was there to gain peace around the murder of her son

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Schoolchildren talk about what the experience means to them

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Here is the itinerary for the rest of the relic’s California tour.

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