The Shroud of Turin is the cloth which Jesus was wrapped in after being crucified, when he was put in the tomb (Mt 27:59f; Mk 15:46; Lk 23:53; 24:12; Jn 20:5-8). It bears an image of a crucified man on it, front and back, as well as very accurate bloodstains; presumably from the wounds. When the Shroud is photographed, becomes much more clear, appearing to be 3-dimensional. Amazing!
This was a Catholic relic which was like what the Pardoner claimed to have with him. If the Pardoner had a relic with him it was most likely fake like many other catholic relics in the Middle Ages. "I spoke my tale: I've relics, pardons in My pouch, in England none could finer be, The pope's own hand entrusted them to me." lines 920-922
Novena in Honour of St James Apostle Day 3 A Child Raised from the Dead (Luke 8:40-42, 49-56) Reflection: When Jesus raises the daughter of Jairus from the dead, He does not take all of His disciples with Him. Only Peter, James, and John ..........Devotions | DEVOTIO