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  • Letter from Fr. Juan

    Letter from Fr. Juan

    Dear friends In these very days everyone on the Magdala team is buzzing with excitement. In the air there is a sensation similar to that one gets the eve prior to a big event. There is joy, nervousness, anticipation and lots of work and final preparations… We are now completing the latest legal technicalities, final […]

  • A Time of Wonderful Experiences. By Luisa de la Selva

    A Time of Wonderful Experiences. By Luisa de la Selva

    There are experiences in your life which change you. For me, Magdala was one of these. When I returned to Mexico after my volunteering, my friends and family asked me about my experience. I always felt short on words or found myself unable to explain exactly what I felt and enjoyed. What I can say […]

  • Magdala has Captivated Us. By Sanjuan Sanchez Family

    Magdala has Captivated Us. By Sanjuan Sanchez Family

    This past summer we have lived a different style of family vacation. We volunteered in Magdala. We were able to live many new experiences, of which our most prized highlight was encountering Jesus. This was thanks to our prayer time, reflections –while watching the mesmerizing sunrises and sunsets across the Sea of Galilee– and spending […]

  • Letter from Fr. Juan

    Letter from Fr. Juan

    Dear Friends of Magdala, As we approach October and close in on the opening of our guesthouse, I’ve been reflecting on this amazing gift God has given us. I stop, and in awe I am amazed to realize that God has been crafting Magdala for thousands of years. Early historians date the town’s foundation to […]

  • Magdala & Mary: Message & Mission by Dolores Carroll

    Magdala & Mary: Message & Mission by Dolores Carroll

    This is a poem written by an Australian after her visit to Magdala. When she sent it to us, we felt the necessity to share it with all of you… it captures some aspects of Magdala in a beautiful way… Magdala, you have been discovered, Under the earth, a synagogue uncovered Dating back 2000 years […]

  • Magdala: My Second Family by María Andrea Castro

    Magdala: My Second Family by María Andrea Castro

    If there’s something I’m sure of, it is that the Magdala Volunteer Program has changed the life of everyone who has lived it. This experience truly marked my life in a dramatic way and I’m sure that God brought me here for two precise purposes: to grow in intimacy with Him and to meet my […]

  • Letter from Fr. Juan

    Letter from Fr. Juan

    Dear Friends of Magdala, I hope that you had some time these past few months to recharge with family and friends and are now ready for the opportunities that await. As the summer draws to a close, I want to use this opportunity to share some thoughts and updates with you. All of us at […]

  • Archeologist by Vocation. By Dr. Marcela Zapata-Meza

    Archeologist by Vocation. By Dr. Marcela Zapata-Meza

    My passion for archeology began when I was eight years of age, I was very young to know for sure at that moment that this was going to be my vocation for something that seemed so far away. A major role was played by my mom. She shared her love of reading with me, and […]

  • A Letter from Fr. Juan

    A Letter from Fr. Juan

    Dear Friends of Magdala, Magdala is growing day by day becoming one big great family. As we are preparing ourselves for the opening of the guesthouse, I wanted to share with you our latest news from July. I hope these bring a smile to your face! From the 13 – 21 of July we hosted […]

  • A Letter from Fr. Juan

    A Letter from Fr. Juan

    Dear Friends of Magdala, I am currently in Mexico completing a course on Ignatian Spiritual Exercises. It is an amazing experience which I´ve been fortunate to share with other priests that have a lot of experience in preaching. I want to share this with you as I was recently reflecting on the theme “Jesus preaching […]

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