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6 Archive Record results for Artefact

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Exposition of Turin Shroud 2000

Issued by the Archdiocese of Turin in 2000. Description of the marks and structures visible on the shroud and an explanation of what they are and how they happen to be there.
Narration in English; Italian and English titles
Duration - 16 minutes 30 seconds
digital file - 261 Mbytes

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Fr Mossey to Bishop Clark: Permission to sell a picture

A picture (not in an inventory) hanging in the sacristy since 1958 is thought by Mother Irma to be valuable. She arranged for a London art expert to see it and he suggested it was worth £1500 if by a pupil, but a lot more if from the Master of a celebrated school of Masters. John Ketterer had said that its location makes it practically invisible from the church. Whilst stopping Mother Irma's enthusiasm for a sale, Fr Mossey could do with the money and asks the bishop's permission to sell.

Mossey, John J Rev Hon. CF (-1995)