Jan. 18, 2020 at the Museum of the Bible
Speakers and organizers of the Shroud event at the Museum of the Bible on Jan. 18, 2020.
L to R: Ray Downing, Maria Downing, Dr. Jeff Kloha (Chief Curator for the Museum), Lisa Rowan, Tristian Casabianca, Myra Adams, Dr. Cheryl White, Russ Breault, Fr. Andrew Dalton, David Adams. Not shown: Fr. Robert Spitzer. Photo credit: Karen Saunders Photography.
Sign From God board members played key roles in making this a successful, sold-out Shroud speakers event at the Museum of the Bible.
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The event was held to educate people about the Shroud and help raise funds for the high tech, interactive Shroud of Turin Exhibition targeted to open at the Museum of the Bible on February 17, 2021. We need your help to raise $1.5 million more to make this exhibition the most groundbreaking Shroud exhibit EVER PRODUCED!! This exhibition will impact Washington, D.C., the nation, and the world.
On January 21, EWTN featured a news segment about the Jan. 18 event.
EWTN Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qjl-U7RnD5M
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Sign from God Board members, Myra Adams and Russ Breault wrote a detailed, comprehensive tutorial about the Shroud of Turin for Christianity.com "What is the Shroud of Turin?"
Myra Adams penned a well-circulated letter to Pope Francis making the case why he should authorize new 21st-century testing on the Shroud. Myra was informed that the letter was forwarded to the Pope's personal secretary.
A Shroud piece in the National Catholic Register features Sign From God board member, Russ Breault:
Subhead: Researchers cast doubt on the findings of the controversial 1988 study.
Sign From God's Executive Director Myra Adams wrote two popular Shroud of Turin pieces on TownHall:
SIGN FROM GOD board members were instrumental in convincing the Museum of the Bible to produce an exhibition about the Shroud.
Credit: Museum of the Bible in Washington D.C.
"Prestigious Museum of the Bible in Washington, D.C. Plans High-Tech Shroud
Exhibit" Here is some groundbreaking Shroud news:
On April 23, the following announcement was made from the podium at the National
Catholic Prayer Breakfast in Washington, D.C.:
“The Museum of the Bible is excited to propose a groundbreaking, high-tech, innovative
exhibition about the Shroud of Turin with a mission to explore its history, mysteries,
facets, and themes by utilizing state-of-the-art imaginative displays.”
The operative phrase is “excited to propose.”
In order for the Museum to produce what will be the most creative, high-tech Shroud
exhibition the world has ever seen, it will need to raise at least $2 million. News of the proposed exhibit first appeared on TownHall.com in a piece by Myra Adams that was later picked-up by Aleteia.
We are soliciting support from the national and international Shroud community
to help bring this extraordinary exhibition to life. All our efforts on behalf of the
Shroud will be enhanced by the attention this unique exhibit will attract.