This project is a small part of the greater Human Life International, a Pro-Life Organization. There was also a project that brought the Holy Face inside the bus system in Dublin. Paolo Di Lazzaro, Roberto Falcinelli and many others.
They estimate that more than 1,000,000 viewed the image within the 200 buses. Recently, the organizers released videos of the conference on You Tube so we are including links to them all below.
This billboard is one of many that is part of The Holy Face Project.
It is great to see an ongoing effort to educate the people of Finland about the Shroud of Turin by Juha and his colleagues. In our September 19, 2016 website update we announced that an International Conference on the Shroud of Turin will be held in Pasco, Washington State, USA on July 19-22, 2017.
We wanted to remind everyone that the deadline for submission of papers is February 28, 2017 so there is still time to participate.
Val wanted to duplicate the idea near her home in Hilton Head with the help of her prayer group and asked me what it would take to obtain an image for that purpose.
I liked the idea of a Shroud image without any text since each person who saw it would have to think about it and ultimately make up their own minds about what it meant.
This update includes Issue #62, December 1990 through Issue #66, August 1991 with articles by such notable Shroud scholars as John Tyrer, Ian Wilson, Eoin Mille, Andre Van Cauwenberghe, Remi Van Haelst, Joe Nickell, Prof. Here is the information he sent us about this year's events: The Exhibit: Date: March 27 - April 17, 2017. Exhibit program is included as a part of the Reformation 500-year celebrations in Turku, as it was the former capital of Finland and the place where Mikael Agricola, in the inspiration of Martin Luther, worked and translated the Bible into Finnish and therefore started the Reformation here too. Speakers: Juha also pointed out that although the topics of the scheduled lectures are not directly related to the Shroud of Turin, some references to it will undoubtedly be made.