Turin Shroud

The Turin Shroud, believed by many to be the burial cloth of Jesus Christ, has gone back on public display in the city’s cathedral after a 4-month break, during which it was treated to an ‘eco-wash’ cycle in an ‘officially authenticated’ Catholic washing machine. Despite the fact carbon dating suggests the Shroud is a Medieval forgery, over one million people have thus far signed up to see it. Frankly I don’t know what all the fuss is about? My local Greek taverna uses modern-day copies of the Turin Shroud as table clothes! “Chrissy, take your elbows off the table, you’ll poke Jesus’s eye out!” Folks, am I really hell-bound?


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