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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 21, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 32 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, April 21, 1973 'Holy shroud' debate revived By PATRICK HOME (Reuter) A Vati- can prelate has revived the debate on the authenticity of the "holy in Christ's body is supposed to have been wrapped, by assert- ing that it does indeed bear the imprint of Jekus. Monsignor Giulio Ricci, ar- chivist of the Vatican Congre- gation of Bishops, told the Roman Catholic news agency Asca that his 20-year study of the shroud, one of the most precious Catholic relics, showed that all the details fit- ted with New Testament ac- counts of Christ's death. The shroud, which was brought to the West by cru- saders in 1353 and is housed in a special chapel next to Turin Cathedral, is a sheet of stained linen, 14 feet four inches long and three feet 11 inches wide. Its authenticity has never been historically proved, but for many years doctors and scientists have been mystified by marks on the linen appar- ently showing the form of a 30-year-old man who died from crucifixion MARKS OF SCOURGING Ricci. who has already writ- ten five on his find- Nora Rose singing on Sunday Lethbridge mezzo soprano. Nora Rose, will present a re- cital of sacred music in First Baptist Church at p.m. Easter Sunday. Born and educated in Man- itoba, Mrs. Rose received her musical training in Winni- peg and London, England. She has performed as a solo- ist with the Winnipeg Male Voice Choir, Western Mani- toba Philharmonic Choir and Winnipeg Symphony Orches- tra; in recital, on CBC radio and in several stage produc- tions. In 1964, Mrs. Rose attract- ed national attention when she won the Metropolitan Opera Eemi-final auditions held in Winnipeg. Included in the program Sunday evening are selec- tions by Bach, Handel, Men- delssohn, Franck