“The Man of the Shroud” Touring Exhibit at Sacred Heart – July 18th – 21st

Sacred Heart is excited to be hosting The Man of the Shroud touring exhibit from the Conventual Franciscan Friars of the National Shrine of St. Maximilian Kolbe at Marytown in Libertyville, IL. 

The exhibit centerpiece is a full length photographic image of the Shroud of Turin, along with 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 also contains over 60 panels detailing the history and science of the Shroud.

The exhibit will be located in the Sacred Heart parish basement. Sacred Heart has a handicap accessible entrance at the west entrance (circle drive), and an elevator just inside the doors. Please call the parish office at 815-625-1134 with any questions.


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