Just a short note to let you know the website has been updated. Sadly, a number of important individuals in the Shroud community have passed away in the last month or so. Consequently, this update begins with memorials to Sue Benford, Vernon D. Miller, Don Augusto Bonelli, Karl Schulz and Dr. Harry Gove.
However, in spite of this sad news, there is still a lot of new information included in the update. On the subject of the 2010 Shroud Exhibition, the official dates of the exhibition have now been formally announced. The final dates are 10 April 2009 to 23 May 2009.
Reservations and tickets will be required, although admission is free. Ultimately, you will be able to make your reservations online via the Archdiocese of Turin website, but that service is not yet available. As soon as it goes online I will notify you via e-mail.
Also included in the update is an important new paper by French researcher Thibault Heimburger, news of several new books by noted Shroud authors Emanuela Marinelli and Mark Guscin, comments on the recent Knights Templar article by Jack Markwardt, news of a recent Shroud exhibit in England and much more.
Let me also take this opportunity to thank you all again for your continued support and participation. It is truly appreciated. And don’t forget to check the Private Subscribers Page
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