Divine Mercy Image vs. Shroud of Turin: Are They Identical? The Intriguing Evidence

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Eugeniusz Kazimirowski (1873-1939) Public domain / Dianelos Georgoudis, CC BY-SA / ChurchPOP

This is so interesting!

On this episode of The Catholic Talk Show, Ryan Scheel, Fr. Rich Pagano, and Ryan DellaCrosse discuss “The Miraculous Divine Mercy & The Visions of Saint Faustina.”

In the clip below, Ryan Scheel talks about how the original Divine Mercy image and the Shroud of Turin are almost identical.

Listen below:

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Eugeniusz Kazimirowski painted the very first Divine Mercy Image.

Scheel explains, “If you overlay the image of the Shroud of Turin on the image of the Divine Mercy, they are almost an identical match.”

“The physiological structure of the faces and how they are constructed — this would not have been available to Eugeniusz Kazimirowski. It was just kind of Divine Providence,” Scheel said.

Here’s a video overlaying the two images:


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Jesus, I trust in You!

[See also: The Lesser-Known Relic of Jesus That Possibly Confirms The Shroud Of Turin]

[See also: The Mysterious Meaning of Jesus’ Rays in the Divine Mercy Image, As Revealed by Our Lord]