Dr. White will discuss the Shroud’s unexplained properties that baffle modern science. The linen cloth shows a mysterious image of a crucified man who bears all the related wounds that mirror the Gospel narratives of the Passion of Jesus Christ. Its unique image characteristics and compelling scientific data make it the most studied artifact in the world from many academic disciplines. A life-sized Shroud of Turin replica is on display during her talk, sponsored by the National Shroud of Turin Exhibit, which plans to produce a permanent Shroud of Turin Exhibit in Washington, D.C.
From left to right: Lisa Rowan, David Adams, Myra Kahn Adams, Dr. Cheryl White, Cardinal–Designate Papal Nuncio Christophe Pierre and Fr. Charles Trullols.
Co-Sponsored with The National Shroud of Turin Exhibit
Dr. Cheryl White is a professor of history at Louisiana State University (LSU) in Shreveport and holds the endowed Hubert Humphreys Professorship and the Yancey-Strain Curatorship. The LSU Shreveport Foundation sponsors Dr. White’s presentation through her endowed professorship. Dr. White has a distinguished career-long interest in Shroud studies, currently serving on the board of directors of the Shroud of Turin Education and Research Association (STERA). She has published and presented original research from the Vatican Secret Archives related to the history of the Shroud for international journals and conferences.
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