Holy Shroud of Turin Exhibition

From Tuesday 20 June to Sunday 2 July at SS Peter and Paul Catholic Church, North Street, Wolverhampton.

The exhibition features a full-sized replica of the Shroud of Turin (the actual Shroud is housed in the Cathedral of the Italian city of Turin) and includes detailed information boards about aspects of the shroud.

It has both a historical and a spiritual dimension.

Visitors are given a chance to gain a deeper understanding of the great sacrifice Christ made for us for our own redemption.

The exhibition begins on Tuesday 20 June at 7pm with Sung Evening Prayer led by the Choir of St Peter's Collegiate Church.

Monsignor Mark Crisp, parish priest at SS Peter and St Paul, has spoken to the Express and Star newspaper about the exhibition.

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Exhibition Timetable