Since then, I have relied on her good judgment and valuable input on a regular basis.She was my resident Biblical expert and advised me whenever I had questions about either Old or New Testament issues, all of which were far from my own areas of expertise.You should find this an excellent way to sample the evolving content of this website.And you can also view every previous year's Website News pages at the links below: Today, January 21, 2018, marks our 22nd anniversary on the internet!On August 9 and 10, young people from the 17 dioceses of Piedmont and Valle d'Aosta will arrive in Turin.In the afternoon and evening of the 10th they will have the opportunity to visit the Shroud and then continue on to Rome.If you often feel awkward AF trying to flirt (WTF does that word even mean, really?), just remember that the straightforward mainstays of eye contact, volleying genuine conversation, and smiling can usually do the trick.
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Archbishop Cesare Nosiglia illustrates the program together with don Roberto Gottardo (center), President of the Diocesan Commission for the Shroud, and Fr. Click above photo for link to original news article (in Italian) On November 21, 2017, it was announced that Pope Francis approved the suggestion by Archbishop Cesare Nosiglia, the Archbishop of Turin, to allow a special exhibition of the Shroud exclusively for the pilgrimage of young people in August 2018.The exhibition will not be open to the general public.