Learn about The Man of Sorrows – Shroud of Turin presentations THIS WEEK!

The Shroud of Turin, believed by many to be the actual burial cloth of Christ, is an ancient 14-foot long linen cloth that is mysteriously imprinted with the full-length front and back image of a man with bloodstains corresponding to the wounds of Our Lord.

Since their pilgrimage to Turin, Italy to view the holy shroud, the Pilgrim Center of Hope has been in the process of raising funds to build an educational and devotional center dedicated to the holy shroud. Now you have the opportunity to learn about this mysterious shroud at one of the Pilgrim Center for Hope’s Shroud presentations. And just in time for Holy Week, when we will ponder the Passion of the Lord that, we believe, led to the imprinting of his image on this burial cloth. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn more about the shroud and to deepen your understanding of what the Lord suffered for you and for all of us.

Thursday, April 7@ 7:00PM – St. Pius X Catholic Church family center

 (3303 Urban Crest Dr. San Antonio, TX 78209)

Friday, April 8 @ 6:30PM – St. Matthew Catholic Church During the Lenten Fish Fry in the school cafeteria

 (10703 Wurzbach Rd. San Antonio, TX 78230)


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