Uncovering the Paradox within the Archives of the Holy Shroud Guild

Uncovering the Paradox within the Archives of the Holy Shroud Guild

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Overview

A historical account of over 60 years of the most treasured relic in Christianity, The Holy Shroud of Turin. The book explores the studies from the original correspond of documents in the archives of the Holy Shroud Guild. Led by two ecclesiastical greats, Father Otterbein and Father Rinaldi, they made it possible for an American team of scientists to analyze and study the Holy Shroud of Turin. In the spirit of the Vatican II ecumenism movement, Fathers Rinaldi and Otterbein saw the science of Sindonology as an instrument that could unite Christians from all denominations. Promoted by two ecclesiastical greats, they found their task will be a difficult journey.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940163030255
Publisher: Giorgio Bracaglia
Publication date: 01/06/2020
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 696 KB

About the Author

Giorgio Bracaglia has over 40 years of image-related services and technical research in providing quantifiable data to meet ISO standards. He was the lead color inspection specialist for Eddie Adams, Kit Luce, Claudio Abate, and many other international artists. In 1999, Giorgio became the material director of the Holy Shroud Guild and was responsible for web hosting, presentations, and archiving the historical documents of the Guild.
Giorgio personal proudest achievement was his appointment by the ecclesiastical authority as the Material Director of The Holy Shroud Guild. In the twenty years of service to the Guild, Giorgio has successfully made materials available for the scientific community of the Shroud Science Group, international Sindonologists, and the media for television, reproduction, and study.
In 2019, with over 60 thousand archives digitally stored, He published a book encompassing the history of the Holy Shroud Guild relevant to the American Scientific studies of the Holy Shroud of Turin.

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