It’s a Christmas miracle: Scientists and clergymen agree.
Italian scientists have conducted tests on a shroud that supposedly bears the imprint of Christ’s body, commonly called the Shroud of Turin, that show it can’t be fake — and the study is being embraced by priests around the country.
“They give a reasonable case that the shroud is authentic,” the Rev. Joseph Koterski, a Jesuit priest and philosophy professor at Fordham University, told The Daily. “The significance of this study is that they’re using new and better techniques. They’ve ruled out a number of ways in which forgery could have happened.”
Full story: Experts: Shroud’s no fake