Fox And Friends: Mary Magdalene Brought Jesus' Crown Of Thorns To Notre Dame

Fox’s Ainsley Earhardt is claiming that Mary Magdalene traveled for 1,300 years from Roman Judea to Paris, France.

On Monday, flames engulfed Notre Dame in Paris. People around the world were deeply saddened at the destruction of the beautiful and historical structure. Ainsley Earhardt was also expressed remorse as she shared completely false information about Jesus’ Crown of Thorns on Fox and Friends.

Earhardt claimed that Jesus’ Crown of Thorns was “brought to Paris by Mary Magdalene.” This would only be possible if Mary Magdalene lived to be much older than a thousand years old. It is believed that she died at the age of 58.

Construction of the Notre-Dame Cathedral began in 1163, according to The New York Times. This was over a thousand years after the death of Mary Magdalene.

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WBMD
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Was that Earhardt or Air head

ChuckieChuck
ChuckieChuck

According to Britannica.com, the relic purported to be the Crown of Thorns was transferred from Jerusalem to Constantinople by 1063. Louis IX purchased it from Baldwin II Porphyrogenitus, the Latin emperor of Constantinople. Louis took the relic to Paris a out 1238 and had the Sainte-Chapelle built to house it. It was letter transferred to the treasury at Notre-Dame Cathedral.