Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Tuam Sindonem Veneramur, Domine, et Tuam Recolimus Passionem

Shroud of Turin.

4 comments:

Convenor said...

Please let the world know about this:

http://catholicheritage.blogspot.com/2010/05/little-sisters-of-good-shepherd.html

God bless you!

John said...

Mr. Sonnen, what has happened to your wordpress site?

http://www.orbiscatholicus.org/

It seems to have been taken over! Your site was so wonderful; I hope it isn't gone for ever.

GinesDeBuitrago said...

Consider visiting Oviedo cathedral, where the Holy Veil is exposed. The cloth shows that it came from the same the body that held the Sindone. Same polen, blood type, same piercings and their position by a crown of thorns. A perfect match.

In Spain we say that he who goes to Santiago (de Compostela) and not to El Salvador (Oviedo), visits the servant but not the Lord.

GinesDeBuitrago said...

Consider visiting the Holy Veil in the Oviedo Cathedral. The cloth matches the holes, pollen, blood type shape and their location in the Sindone. They must have covered the same body and this has been scientifically proven in recent years using electron microscopes and other modern equipment. In Spain we say that "He who goes to Santiago (de Compostela) and not to El Salvador ( Oviedo Cath.) visits the servant but not the Lord".
It as also a petit beautiful city with outstanding gastronomy in usually big servings and cheap. It rains as much as in Santiago so bring an umbrella just in case.