The Shroud of Turin, a silent witness of the passion, death, and
resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ.
Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary parish, 300 State Road, West
Grove, Pa 19390.
Start date and time:
Saturday, April 6, 2019, at 9:00 am.
End date and time
Saturday, April 6, (the power point presentation lasts about 90
minutes + questions and answers).
The Shroud of Turin is a centuries-old linen cloth which bears the
image of a crucified man, a man that millions believe to be Jesus Christ. Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary parish has invited a speaker who
has spent thirty years studying the shroud in all its aspects. he will display a life-size replica of the shroud and a two-foot statue which shows the position in which the body of Jesus was when he was wrapped in the burial cloth in order to be placed in the tomb.
Massimo Paris, of Broomall, Pa, was born and raised in rome, italy. For three decades he has studied, conducted research, and visited sites related to the shroud. he went to Turin for the exhibition in
the year 2000, and venerated it personally.
There is no entrance fee to the power point presentation; a basket will be available for those who may wish to make a free will donation.
for any further information, please contact Massimo Paris
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