In 2006, the Pontifical Athenaeum Regina Apostolorumcreated the Permanent Exhibition on the Shroud of Turin in order to foster dialogue between science and faith for everyone who feels the Shroud’s spiritual call and wants to delve deeper into its values, authenticity, meaning and messages.
The Permanent Exhibition aims to spread the spirituality of Christ’s Passion through The Man of the Shroud, the bronze statue by the Italian sculptor Luigi E. Mattei, as well as the three-dimensional projection of The Man of the Shroud, the reconstruction and exhibition of objects from Christ’s Passion (such as the Cross’ nails, the crown of thorns, the whips), and the model of the Holy Sepulcher at Jesus’ day.
For the 10th anniversary of our Permanent Exposition on the Shroud, we are asking our benefactors to help in us raising money for establishing new Expositions on the Holy Shroud, and so foster the work of evangelization.
Average cost: € 58,000 each exposition
According to the materials, the exhibition can cost between € 40,100 and € 75,100