A good article in Canada Free Press by Judy McLeod:
It was the never-give-up Sister Blandina who discovered “when you place the Face from the Shroud of Turin on top of that of Manoppello, we have to admit that the image on the sudarium and that on the shroud originated at the same time.”
The characters of both Fr. Pfeiffer and Sr. Blandina are drawn out gently through Badde’s always intuitive pen.
“That the image entirely and completely corresponded in all proportions and measure, had often been asserted in Italy for some time already; but no one had ever shouted it from the rooftops as loudly as Sister Blandina,” wrote Badde . . .
I am not yet convinced. But read the full article at: http://canadafreepress.com/index.php/article/36203
In my mind, the face from the Manoppello vail and the face from the shroud are quite different. For exemple, we can see major differences in the beard. This Manoppello vail look more like an artwork to me. Artwork based on the shroud ? It’s really possible !
On the contrary, the face from the shroud have a very realistic touch. Doesn’t look like any artwork we know.
After saying that, I still hope that more serious researches (done by honest scientists please !) will be done on the Manoppello vail because who knows ? Maybe, some surprises could came out of it !!! In the relic world, we never know.
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