Shroud of Turin: A holy Turin
The Shroud of Turin also called the Holy Shroud. ‘It is a length of linen cloth bearing the negative image of a man.’
Some of the people said, “the image depicts Jesus of Nazareth and the fabric is the burial shroud in which he was wrapped after the crucifixion.”
Some Bishop put their point of view related to Shroud
In 1354 the bishop of Troyes announced that the shroud was fake. And in 2013 Pope Francis referred to it as an “icon of a man scourged and crucified”. crucified”. If you want to see that Shroud so that shroud has been kept in the Cathedral of Turin, in Italy.
Many facts related to this Shroud of Jesus.
There is a fact related to the Shroud That it is a “14-foot linen cloth bearing an image of a crucified man that has become a popular Catholic icon.” Some of the people also clarify that this For some, it is the well-attested Shroud of Jesus Christ. Some people also said that it is the icon of Jesus Christ.
‘The Shroud of Turin remains an important religious symbol for Christians around the world.’
Difference between Shroud and Sudarium
This shows both the image of the human body i.e front and back and also shows human bloodstains but when we talking about Sudarium so it only shows human bloodstains which is coming out from the mouth as well as the nose.
Now if you read this and still have doubt so I only recommend you to do a search related to shroud and Sudarium and then you will get proof. As we know that it they both still survive for many centuries.
Shroud of Turin is still the symbol of Christians all over the world.