A new information tidbit from El Periódico de Catalunya in a brief article titled La Monja Más Deseada (excuse me while I roll my eyes; I like Sr. Teresa too but this media adulation is getting to be a bit over the top):
"Fue a finales de abril del 2006. Se lo conté a ustedes en esta columna. Ramon Colom la invitó en su Mil.lenium (El 33). Ella abordó la figura de María Magdalena como base para una reinterpretación del papel de la mujer en la Iglesia. Nos recordó que incluso en el Evangelio de Tomás se advierte que la pecadora pudo finalmente entrar en el cielo porque Jesús había decidido convertirla en hombre."
"It was at the end of April 2006. I told you about it in this column. Ramon Colom invited her on his Millenium (El 33). She talked about the figure of Mary Magdalene as a basis for reinterpretation of the role of women in the Church. She reminded us that even in the Gospel of Thomas [one of the non-canonical gospels] we are told that the sinful woman could finally enter heaven because Jesus decided to change her into a man."
...hmmmm...It says that in the Gospel of Thomas??? Guess I'll have to go back and reread it. Maybe it's a good thing it wasn't included in the official canon of the Church.
FYI: I haven't been able to get the Millenium video to work but perhaps you will have better luck.