Traveling Shroud of Turin Exhibit in the Midwest

imageKaren Dudek, a Detroit Catholic Issues Examiner, a frequent contributor to the Examiner writes that a Shroud of Turin exhibit is traveling across the Midwest: :

Through local Knights of Columbus counsels, a photographic exhibit of the Shroud of Turin, believed to be the burial shroud of Jesus, was on display at St. Mary of the Hills Catholic Church on Saturday and Sunday, May 12-13 in Rochester Hills.

An estimated 700 people, some coming from as far as Detroit, Taylor and Clawson, came to see the photographic reproduction of the piece of linen cloth that is traveling through the Midwest.

Said one attendee who had been to Turin to see the true Shroud, “It’s really nice to get a good close-up look at the model… in Turin you have to stand about 20 feet away.”

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Members of the Church have venerated the Shroud of Turin for centuries.  According to John Hundiak, District Deputy of the Knights of Columbus, “Several Popes have stated that the Shroud is an extraordinary and mysterious image and is worthy of our Catholic interests.”

The next stop for the Shroud is Indian River, Michigan at The Cross in the Woods Shrine, May 18-24. 

2 thoughts on “Traveling Shroud of Turin Exhibit in the Midwest”

  1. Undoubtedly a mysterious object indeed…and what else could it be if it had actually wrapped around the creator of the cosmos and author of life.Anything less mysterious then it already is would be unfitting.

  2. Can you tell me more about the traveling exhibit? I’d love
    to have it visit us in Atlanta or at my children’s Catholic School.

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