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A New Exhibit Coming in 2023

Seeking the Face of Christ
How the Shroud of Turin Reveals God’s Love
Presented by Nora Creech

The Shroud of Turin is an ancient linen cloth that holds a mysterious image of a scourged and crucified man. It is widely regarded as the most scientifically studied artifact in history, yet no one can explain how the mysterious image was formed. The wounds of the Man of the Shroud reflect the Biblical narrative of the suffering and death of Jesus Christ.

Nora Creech (presenter) has been interested in the Shroud of Turin since the 1970s and has extensively studied the shroud. She is passionate about sharing the facts about the mysterious image and connecting it to the Gospel message. Nora earned a master’s degree in Faith and Culture from the University of St. Thomas in Houston, TX. “I am blessed to have studied the Shroud and I welcome every opportunity to share what I’ve learned with others.”

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Mon - Fri: 10am - 4pm
Sat: 10am - 5pm
Sun: 12pm - 5pm

Adults: $10
Seniors (55+) / Veterans: $9
Children (ages 6 to 11): $7
Children (5 and under): Free
SCI Employees:$8 with ID badge or business card

415 Barren Springs Drive, Houston TX
281-876-3063