Angelus News | April 12, 2019

Vol. 4 | No. 14

What in our life bears witness to the Resurrection? It’s a question central to the Paschal Mystery celebrated by Christians every year during Easter. Imprinted on a carefully kept piece of transparent cloth in the small town of Manoppello, Italy, is what many believe to be the image of Jesus’ face formed at the moment of the Resurrection. On page 10, contributing editor Kathryn Jean Lopez reflects on what the search for that face — through science, history, or personal belief — can bring Catholics as they enter Holy Week.

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