The Archdiocese of Turin, under the leadership of the Pontifical Custodian of the Shroud Msgr. Cesare Nosiglia, Archbishop of Turin has done an extraordinarily good job of organizing the 2015 Exposition. Part of this has been assembling a network of informative cyberspace venues.
Their home page is available in Italian, French and English. Not so, unfortunately, are many of the interior pages, a disappointment only because there is such wonderful content. Alas, forsooth, sweet Google translation. To read or not to read, that is the question.
Here are the official social media outlets:
The Holy Shroud Official Website
If he is the archbishop of Turin, he is not a Msgr. (monsignor).
You tried that before, Andy, without any justification. Would you like to explain why you think it? It may be that Cesare Nosiglia was never a Monsignor as such, as it seems to be a normal way of describing any bishop in some languages, whether he was previously a monsignor or not, but if he was, I do not think that the honorific lapses just because of one’s elevation to episcopacy.
Andy, look at the Monsignor bishop’s official page on the diocesan website at http://www.diocesitorino.it/diocesi_di_torino/arcivescovo/00024135_Arcivescovo.html. He signs his name Mons. Cesare Nosiglia, Archbishop of Turin. I’m told the honorific title Monsignor, which the pope is all but eliminating anyway, may be conferred on a deacon, priest or bishop and used for life.
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