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New Video Ad for The 2015 Exhibition

September 27, 2014

imageI regret that I don’t understand Italian. Maybe I should make the effort to learn. There are many of us, however, and so I wonder if similar YouTube videos are planned in other languages. There is a small hint of the need at the video’s 4:46 mark seen in the screen shot here.

When will Google and Bing be able to translate voice and graphics text on the fly?

Anyway, Goggle can translate yesterday’s press announcement out of Turin about the video. You can watch it below.

"Come to the Shroud»  

The new video UPG and Young Salesians discover the reasons to participate all’ostensione 2015

"Come to the Holy Shroud" is the invitation in a very special way to young people for the next exhibition. An invitation that now extends over the network thanks to the video produced by the Youth Ministry of the Diocese in collaboration with the Salesian Youth Movement.

The images tell a brief history and significance of the Shroud, but above all, through interviews and commercials, explains the motives of those close to the Shroud … there already: young people, families, people with disabilities who have chosen to serve as volunteers during the exposition, because being a pilgrim and see that Face is a very concrete way to rediscover the reasons for their faith at the service of the brothers, as well as asking the motto of the exposition in 2015, "The Greatest Love."

The video was presented at the "start up" of youth ministry on 26 September, with Msgr. Nosiglia, and is broadcast on the "social" related all’ostensione.

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  1. John Klotz
    September 27, 2014 at 6:40 am

    It was a Salesian seminarian named Peter Rinaldi who, while still studying in Italy, wrote an article for a US Catholic publication (the Sign) in 1934 that in many ways brought the Shroud to the United States. Later, as a priest in the United States, it was his connections to his home town of Turin and the status of an uncle as “blessed” that was crucial to the formation of the STURP team and its access.

    He also advised and used his connections to expedite the production of Silent Witness.

    Another reprise from my book. It’s coming, it’s coming.

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