Mary Magdalene is remembered as one of the most important witnesses of the Resurrection of Jesus. The Fathers of the Church called her “the apostle to the apostles” since she was the one who proclaimed to the Twelve the Good News of the appearance of the Risen Jesus. I was struck though that in St. Matthew’s account of the first appearance besides Mary Magdalene there was also present “the other Mary.” That’s all we know about her — the other Mary. It got me thinking, that it wasn’t just the big names, the remembered figures that spread the message of the Gospel. The “other” people were equally important for they lived their faith not in a public way but in the homes, at work or school, in their interactions with the neighbors. Today, let us be “the other Mary” and witness to Jesus in the providence of daily life.