Venice exhibit shows a correlation between the way the Shroud of Turin was wrapped and the methods outlined in the scriptures.
“We contemplate on this cloth the icon of the crucified Lord Jesus … To him we entrust ourselves; in him we trust.”
Archbishop responds to thousands of requests for holy cloth to be viewed through social media.
Cloth believed to have covered Jesus' body in the tomb will be open for viewing during annual youth meeting
Italian researchers suggest the fought-over relic was in the Byzantine Empire as early as the 600s.
Less celebrated but more often viewed is Spain's Sudarium.
Specialists hope to re-test the artifact which some believe to be an authentic relic of Christ's crucifixion.
The museum hopes to open a high-tech, innovative exhibition on the object many believe to be the burial cloth of Christ.
ShroudPhotos.com brings together Vernon Miller's scientific images of the disputed relic.
Scientists challenge previous radiocarbon testing that dated the Jesus’ burial cloth to the Middle Ages.