Tom and I led two groups of pilgrims to see the Holy Shroud during its 50 day public exhibition display in the Archdiocese of Turin, Italy early this Spring. For us and many of the pilgrims, it was one of the most remarkable, spiritual and mysterious experiences ever!
Imagine standing before the burial cloth of Jesus Christ and thinking about His Passion and His love for us that He endured the physical and mental tortures before His Crucifixion. In fact, the cloth still shows His blood from His wounds.
One of the fruits of that pilgrimage is the vision to have a Holy Shroud Center in San Antonio called “Who is the Man on the Shroud?”. The exhibition contains replicas of the Shroud, displays, images, and other elements that tell the story of the Shroud, of Christ’s Passion. It will be one of three in the world; the others are located in Jerusalem, Rome and Sacramento, California.
You are welcome to join us in this effort in telling the story of Christ’s passion in a unique, remarkable, powerful and unforgettable way that will impact many souls. Contact Pete Remmert, one of the pilgrims, at ShroudCenterSA@gmail.com and visit our Holy Shroud Center website.