The Holy Shroud

Dec 03, 2019 336

The Holy Shroud is believed by many faithful to be the linen that bears the image of dead Jesus; it is not normally shown in public, the last time it was exhibited was in 2015, from April 19 to June 24.

Since 1578 the Shroud is held in the Cathedral of San Giovanni in Turin. The previous “Ostensioni”, the expositions to the public, were in 2000, 2010 and 2013. The Church has permitted the Shround to be filmed and broadcast only twice, in November 1973, as ordered by then-pope Paul VI, and in 2013.


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