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The Shroud of Turin Is The Burial Cloth of Jesus Christ

Proverbs 16:3

"Commit thy works unto the LORD,

and thy thoughts shall be established."

The

Shroud of Turin

Is

The Burial Cloth

Of

Jesus Christ


The Crown of Thorns was placed on Jesus's Head by a Roman Soldier while Jesus was still alive on the cross.

After Jesus died, Joseph removed the Crown of Thorns from the Head of Jesus and wrapped cloth around His Head before Joseph removed Jesus from the cross.

I asked Her Holiness Saint Bernadette,

 "Is the Shroud of Turin the Burial Cloth of Jesus?

Saint Bernadette replied, " Yes, Yes, Yes."

For the Faithful Believer, No Explanation is Necessary

For the Non- Believer, No Explanation is Possible

The exhibition of the Holy Shroud of Turin

Vatican City, 25 March 2015 (VIS)

This morning a press conference was held in the Holy See Press Office to present the upcoming exhibition of the Holy Shroud of Turin (Turin, 19 April – 24 June 2015), on the occasion of the second centenary of the birth of St. John Bosco, which will be specially dedicated to the young and to those who suffer. The Pope will also make a pilgrimage to Turin from 21 to 22 June.

The speakers at the conference were the archbishop of Turin, Cesare Nosaglia, papal guardian of the Shroud; Elide Tisi, mayor of the city; Roberto Gottardo, president of the diocesan commission for the Shroud; and Rev. Luca Ramello, director of youth pastoral ministry for the diocese.
Archbishop Nosaglia explained that the Shroud represents, for the Universal Church, a point of reference of the first order for the life of the faith of many people and communities, who in this image recognise the signs of the Lord's passion, of Jesus who “inspires our lives and challenges us to fully realize our deepest vocation. Therefore,” he added “the theme I have chosen for the next exhibition is 'The Greatest Love:' the gift of salvation which is made visible in our response, the worship of God and service to our brothers.”
“The Pope's trip, like the exhibition as a whole, is also intended to give thanks for 'the Saint of youth', and for the service that the Silesian family carries out in Turin and throughout the world in the fields of education, mission, sport and communication. … The world of youth is particularly involved in the Silesian mission, and during the Pope's visit there will be a sort of mini Youth Day, a series of meetings, encounters, prayer, moments of celebration that help resume contact with the young. An extraordinary sign will be the presence of the Word Youth Day Cross, which will make a stop in Turin during its journey to Krakow.”
Another peculiarity of this exhibition is attention to the world of those who suffer, and therefore this year sick or disabled pilgrims and those who accompany them will be able to benefit from new hospitality structures based on the model of the “Accueil” in Lourdes. It is also hoped that the Pilgrimage to the Shroud will offer an opportunity to partake in the sacrament of Reconciliation, as a “concrete sign of forgiveness” and, as on previous occasions, “in various places priests will hear the confessions of the faithful in all the world's major languages.”

The prelate emphasized that the 2015 exhibition has been organized according to the criterion of austerity, in a period of severe economic and social crisis throughout the area, and he thanked those entities that have offered their cooperation to help limit costs as far as possible. He also announced that during the display of the Shroud, Beato Angelico's celebrated “Lamentation over the Dead Christ” will be exhibited in the diocesan museum, on loan for the occasion from the city of Florence.
“As you are aware, visiting the Shroud is completely free. Traditionally many pilgrims at the leave a simple offering at the end of their journey, deposited with full discretion at the exit of the Cathedral and in the places of confession. On this occasion all the offerings will be given to the Pope when he is with us in Turin on 21 June. We will ask him to use them, naturally with full freedom, for a work, or a project to assist the poorest or neediest.”

September, 2015

The movie aired on September, 5, 2015, ( Jesus; The Lost 40 Days) discovered that The Shroud of Turin is the Burial Cloth of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. 

Her Holiness Saint Bernadette answer  to the question I asked on March, 2015, "Is the Shroud of Turin the burial cloth of Jesus Christ, is true and correct.

With Deep Spiritual Faith and Humility, I remain,

Your Servant,

Dennis

Messenger Of Her Holiness Saint Bernadette