Shroud of Turin

The Shroud

Dec 12-22, Jan 6-12 Exhibit in Gym 


Dec 18 & 20 Sean Fitzgerald

Shroud of Turin Expert




the man of the shroud


The Shroud of Turin has long been venerated by the faithful and is believed by many to be the burial cloth of Jesus of Nazareth. The Shroud is one of the most scientifically studied religious icons in history. As science has progressed, so has the speculation on how the image of the crucified man of the Shroud was made.


The exhibit presents the results of a comprehensive scientific, historical, and forensic study with numerous photographs and illustrations. The exhibit is the work of the Center for the Study of the Passion of Christ and the Holy Shroud and Monsignor Giulio Ricci and other scientists, who spent more than 25 years researching the Holy Shroud.


The centerpiece of the exhibit is a full-length replica of the Shroud developed from a photographic image of the Shroud made by the Eastman Kodak Co. The replica shows the front and back of the shroud. In addition, the mobile exhibit contains a large crucified corpus showing the wounds of Christ corresponding to the passion narrative in the Gospel accounts and the wounds shown on the Shroud. The exhibit contains 66 panels detailing the history and science of the Shroud.




Sean Fitzgerald, Shroud of Turin Expert 

The Shroud of Turin & the Resurrection of Jesus 

Dec. 18 - 7pm - 8:30 pm

Dec 20 - 2 pm - 3:30 pm



Theologian Sean Fitzgerald has two Master’s Degrees in Catholic Theology, as well as a Post-Master’s Certificate in Shroud Studies from Rome. His presentation will cover the history and science of The Shroud, and demonstrate how the image is a valuable reflection of the Passion, Death, and Resurrection of Our Lord, as well as a reflection of the Gospels. Sean lives with his wife of 29 years, and 5 children, in Highland, NY.

Social distancing and face coverings are required.