Priceless Religious Relic Found in Tennessee Mobile Home

Just for the record, I haven’t given up blogging.  It has been a wee bit stressful around here, and I still have a lot on my plate. But I am going to start blogging something everyday beginning on Monday even if it is just links.

This is tre cool!

One of only a handful of paintings based on the cloth used to wipe Jesus’ face before his crucifixion was found in a closet in a Tenn. mobile home. WVLT-TV’s John Treanor reports.

The painting is based on Veronica’s veil. 
Oh and back in 2004, according to Catholic Culture, the veil may have been found.

About Susan Kehoe

I am the wife of a Catholic deacon living in Des Moines Iowa. My husband Larry was ordained in 2006. We have two children and five grandchildren.. Our daughter and her family live in Ireland, and our son and his family live in Franklin Massachusetts.
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3 Responses to Priceless Religious Relic Found in Tennessee Mobile Home

  1. bob says:

    Very interesting. but the word would be tres cool. tres is french for very. 🙂


  2. artteacher says:

    This is a sham. A. There are lots and lots of images of the veil of Veronica, not a handful. B. This is not a painting, it is an engraving printed on linen and probably sold to pilgrims to Rome. This one is clumsily hand-colored. C. This is appallingly lazy journalism. It took me about 30 seconds on google image to find the same image sold on an auction site. The link is here – I have absolutely no connection to this auction site, it is just where I found the image. I think it is very cruel to lead this gentleman on by making him think he has something “priceless” when he does not.


    • Robin says:

      “This is a unique thing that is hard to put a dollar figure on, but could be potentially priceless in terms of history. It is a portrait of Jesus from the Veil of Veronica that was blessed by the Pope in the 19th century,” said Bivens…..You may be wrong about this one sir?


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