Who is the man of the Shroud?
PERMANENT EXHIBITION ON THE SHROUD
Pontifical Athenaeum Regina Apostolorum
The exhibition is open to the public (free entrance).
What is this mysterious object that many people regard as a relic of Jesus Christ? What does contemporary science say about it? Why does it touch our hearts so deeply?
The Shroud is a linen sheet with the image of a human body tortured and crucified. The distinctive feature of the man’s imprint on the Shroud is that it appears as a photographic negative.
The Permanent Exhibition on the Shroud of the Pontifical Athenaeum Regina Apostolorum offers a comprehensive overview of the subject:
The exhibition offers an important opportunity for pursuing the dialogue between Science and Faith. It is intended for all those who have a spiritual interest in the Shroud and who wish to learn more about its value, genuineness, meaning, and message.
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