Results from Tag: 'shroud of turin'
New Scientific Technique Dates Shroud of Turin to Around the Time of Christ’s Death and Resurrection
Italian scientist Liberato De Caro discusses his peer-reviewed findings, based on an X-ray method of research, used to determine the age of the shroud’s fibers.
The major exhibition on the world’s most studied, analyzed and controversial cloth kicks off Feb. 26.
Visitors will be able to wave their hands over parts of the shroud, which will trigger an audio explanation of how that specific part of the shroud is connected to the Gospel account of the crucifixion.
An interview with Gerard Verschuuren sheds light on the holy cloth via new book ‘A Catholic Scientist Champions the Shroud of Turin.’
The Cloth Gives the Faithful a Clear Look at the Way Jesus Died for Us
“The Shroud seems to have a great pastoral mission, causing many unexpected conversions,” says the founder of the Shroud Center of Southern California, “especially from among young people.”
Tristan Casabianca speaks to the Register as on Holy Saturday the shroud is livestreamed to the world.