The Archdiocese of Turin livestreamed a veneration of the Shroud of Turin. Turin Archbishop organized the livestream in response to thousands of requests.
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The Shroud of Turin is a linen burial shroud, marked with a faint image of a man. Since at least 1355, it's been venerated as the shroud of Christ.
Dr. John Jackson deduced that immense vacuum UV radiation (with light, but not heat) is the only possible explanation for the image’s formation.
Based on pollen and the faint images of Roman coins, there is good reason to think that the Shroud of Turin came from Palestine around the 1st century A.D.
The Shroud of Turin, or the burial cloth of Jesus, first appeared in 1349 in historical documents associated with a French crusader, Geoffrey de Charnay.
While a carbon dating test in 1988 placed the Shroud's origin in the 1200s, more recent tests indicate the Shroud dates back to the time of Christ.
The Shroud has undergone considerably more scientific testing than any other relic in human history - which leaves us with a lot of facts about it!
George Weigel’s Wall Street Journal article, “The Easter Effect,” discusses early Christians’ response to encounters with Jesus in His glorified body.