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Shroud of Turin to go on public exhibit in 2015

Catholic World News - December 04, 2013

A special public exhibition of the Shroud of Turin will take place in 2015.

Archbishop Cesare Nosiglia of Turin, the official custodian of the Shroud, has announced that the Shroud will be on display for about 45 days in the city’s cathedral. The exact dates for the exhibition have not yet been set, but the archbishop said it would take place between April and August of 2015.

The exhibition of the Shroud will be a part of celebrations for the 200th anniversary of the birth of St. John Bosco. The last public exhibition was held in 2010.

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