Links to other Shroud websites

Below is a list of some of the many websites which offer Shroud of Turin related information.



Established in 1996 by Barrie Schwortz, this website is the most comprehensive resource available on the internet for alll matters relating to the Shroud.

This is the website for the latest film about the Shroud of Turin from BAFTA Award winning director David Rolfe. In addition to details about the film, it also provides a wealth of information about the evidence obtained from over one hundred years of research into this sacred cloth.

Founded in 1951, The Holy Shroud Guild was dedicated to promoting devotion and scientific research of this sacred cloth. Georgio Bracaglia has archived the Guild's materials and posts many of their excellent resources online.

This online program offers a panoramic view of several interrelated fields: theology, archaeology, history, physics, chemistry, forensic medicine, etc. The program is for anyone who desires a deeper grasp of Shroud studies, using an interdisciplinary approach.

The Shroud of Turin Exhibition is a UK-based travelling exhibition which has been run by Pam Moon since 2008. It takes life sized replicas of the Shroud of Turin to different venues around Europe, with accompanying display panels which help visitors to understand the mysteries of the Shroud.

This is a website created as part of the Sign from God project to create a permanent Shroud of Turin Exhibit in Washington DC. It provides details of the impressive team of Shroud experts who are engaged in this ambitious enterprise, provides news updates of upcoming events and outlines how one may contribute to this venture.

New Vistas is the collaborative effort of Shroud researchers Joseph G. Marino and the late M. Sue Benford. The website contains links to many of their Shroud-related research papers, presentations and books. It also includes links to Joe's recently published bibliographies, each of which is devoted to a specific aspect of Shroud research and contains comprehensive details of relevant reference material.

This website was established by Russ Breault and is a highly useful resource for students wishing to research this topic. There are links to numerous podcasts, audio and video presentations, as well as scientific papers covering all aspects of Shroud research.

The Turin Shroud Center of Colorado has carried out research on the Shroud of Turin over many years. Led by John and Rebecca Jackson, this organisation is dedicated to educating the public on all of the important historic, forensic and scientific data concerning the Shroud.

This website was established by Robert Rucker and contains a number of informative research papers, as well as videos and PowerPoint slides covering presentations made at recent conferences.

An Italian/English website created by Maurizio Marinelli, The International Centre of studies on the Shroud is committed to spread the message and the lesson of the Shroud in the world.

A comprehensive French language website created by the Montre Nous Ton Visage, organisation which focuses on Shroud Exhibitions and Conferences plus research into all fields of Shroud study. It also publishes a biannual review Cahiers MNTV

A Spanish language website which covers both the Shroud of Turin and the Sudarium of Oviedo.

A French language website by author Sébastien Cataldo.

A Spanish website created by The Mexican Syndonology Centre, the largest Shroud organization in Mexico. It promotes Shroud research and information to thousands of interested people in Spanish speaking countries.

This website contains many informative articles but also features a very useful 'ShroudScope' facility which allows users to use pan and zoom tools to examine various high resolution photographs of the Shroud. These include the 1931 Enrie photographs and the Durante photographs that were taken following the 2002 restoration.

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