Mary Magdalene was born to the “Deparsius” family, a large family in Florence. The original name was Katharina, later entered the monastery and had its new name, “Mary Magdalene”. Her life was a struggle for her to follow the example of a sinner in the Gospel of Jesus, who helped her change her mind. Despite her excellent spiritual life, she never forgot the social conditions of her day. She wrote letters to the pope, the governor and Kadin, but no one gave her a letter, however she had a part in correcting the congregation, dedicating herself to prayer and piety. Know. She later became a “living example” of Jesus’ suffering again for all the clergy.