Ann's first book, Mary Magdalene's Stations of the Cross was inspired from her business trips to Israel over the past 15 years and involvement with an archeological dig at Magdala on the Sea of Galilee. Ann began giving lectures to raise funds for the Magdala archeology project several years ago in New York - and quickly discovered a talent for bringing the historical events of this period to life.
A portion of the proceeds from the book will be donated to the ongoing archeology at Magdala and the Magdala project - one of the only sites in Christianity that, in tribute to Mary Magdalene, honors the women of the New Testament.
Ann is neither a biblical scholar, historian, nor archeologist. She a lawyer with an MBA who loves adventures in history – and has a talent for making even boring subjects become fascinating. A native of Canada, Ann has lived in New York City for 20 years.
Mary Magdalene's Stations of the Cross
The Stations of the Cross, told from the perspective of Mary Magdalene, come to life with photos of the actual sites on the Via Dolorosa, historical and archeological references and beautiful Reflections and Prayers designed for each Station that speak to a 21st century audience.