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Posting on the Holy Shroud Guild Facebook Page

November 18, 2014

imageAbout six hours ago, Giorgio Bracaglia posted the following on The Holy Shroud Guild Facebook page, which he manages:

By December I am planning to do a research survey with this audience. The topics will be about GMO (Monsanto) and Ray Rogers’ 2005 Thermochimica Acta manuscript. The articles are designed to represent faithfully only one perspective.Your task will be to read the two short essays (1/2 page each) and respond accordingly based on the readings. 5 questions in total for each topic.

I am hoping to send out the links by the first week of December.

I am hoping for at least 30 responses.
Thank you

Giorgio

GMO and Monsanto in the same breath can only mean genetically modified organisms, and the context would be agricultural products.


The Holy Shroud Guild was the oldest American Shroud organization and is a ministry of the Congregation of the Most Holy Redeemer (The Redemptorists). For well over a half a century, the Holy Shroud Guild served and cooperated with the Centro in Turin, Italy.

Today under the supervision of Giorgio Bracaglia, The Holy Shroud Guild’s past is the present. Archiving thousands of materials so that we can preserve the greatness of the Holy Shroud Guild and its founders that will reach out to new generation and continue the research for the future.

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  1. Giorgio HSG
    November 19, 2014 at 10:48 pm

    Not for nutten I didn’t sign a model release for your use. LOL

    As far as the context, It’s covers Gilles-Eric Séralini’s 2012 peer reviewed manuscript, “Long term toxicity of a Roundup herbicide and a Roundup-tolerant genetically modified maize”. and Rogers’ manuscript “Thermochimica Acta”.
    A simple read with five or six questions on each topic.

  2. February 19, 2015 at 12:03 pm

    I have read books that I have gotten from the Holy shroud of Turin guild do you still sell books and pictures? What is your address. Thank you Marjorie Banter

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