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The Rediscovered Face

Posted in Manoppello by martalorenza on March 18, 2012

Thanks to Carmina and Chiara the Keynote about the Holy Face of Manoppello is online in Spanish, too

 

 

 

« En effet quelque chose a dû être découvert à Edesse au VIe siècle, quelque chose que l’on a porté triomphalement à Constantinople en 944. Quelque chose qui a précisé jusque dans les détails la représentation du Christ.

Un suaire peut-être dont on ne peut dire quel est précisément son lien avec le Suaire de Turin, tellement étudié aujourd’hui.»

Olivier Clément

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Feast of the Holy Face

Posted in Jesus, Manoppello by martalorenza on February 21, 2012

«The first book will be Clio, while the second Véronique.

It is wonderful, my dear friend: Clio (that is to say history) spends her time in search of imprints, vain imprints, and an insignificant Jew, a little girl, little Veronica takes out her handkerchief and on Jesus’ face she takes an eternal imprint. This is what routs everything.

She turned up at the right moment. Clio is always late».

Péguy to his friend Joseph Lotte, September 28th, 1912.

«I have given my heart as the sensible object of my great love to men and I give My Face as the sensible object of my sorrow for all the sins of men. I wish it was venerated by a special feast on Tuesday, the day before Ash Wednesday.»

Blessed Pierina De Micheli

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The Rediscovered Face – 4 “The Veil of Manoppello”

Posted in new by martalorenza on July 18, 2011

The Holy Face of Manoppello, its discovery and comparisons in art.

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The Rediscovered Face – 3 “Veronica’s Veil”

Posted in new by martalorenza on July 18, 2011

Veronica’s Veil, the relic of Rome all Europe goes on Pilgrimage to (from Dante to Rogier van der Weyen and Luther), till the discovery of the Shroud of Turin.

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The Rediscovered Face – 2 “The Edessa Mandylion”

Posted in new by martalorenza on July 18, 2011

The story of the Mandylion of Edessa, from the First Council of Nicaea to the Fourth Crusade.

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