Throughout the history of the Catholic Church, saints, mystics, and scientific studies revealed the possible real face of Jesus Christ.

The Veils of St. Veronica, the Divine Mercy image, and the Shroud of Turin all provide clues as to the true Holy Face of Christ. Many of these images are either considered relics, or are revealed through Church-approved apparitions.

Below are four images that reveal the possible real face of Jesus.

The Shroud of Turin

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Many believe the Shroud of Turin is the burial cloth of Jesus, as it bears uncanny similarities to the wounds of Jesus described in scripture and historical records.

“I think the deepest longing in the heart of man is to see the face of God,” shroud expert Father Andrew Dalton said in an interview with EWTN. “If the shroud gives us even a pale image of the semblance of the Savior, then I say ‘blessed are we.'”

“The shroud acts as a photo document where the greyscale is inverted, so that the photo negative is the positive image,” Father Dalton continues. “Look at all the sufferings of this man. He is shown to be crucified.

“There are nail wounds in his hands and feet. He’s wearing a crown of thorns. He’s also been scourged and pierced in the side. That’s at least four different types of very specific pathologies that converge on the person of Jesus, who we read about in the historical documents of the Gospels.”

“Especially important is the crown of thorns, because we don’t know of any other crucified man who was crowned. And yet, the man of the shroud was.”

The Shroud resides in the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist in Turin, Italy.

Here’s a video describing the shroud’s authenticity:

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The Veils of Veronica

Two images of St. Veronica’s Veil reside in Europe – one in St. Peter’s Basilica, and the other at the Basilica Shrine of the Holy Face in Manoppello, Italy.

Tradition holds that the veil in St. Peter’s Basilica is the cloth St. Veronica used to wipe the face of Jesus on His way to Calvary. The Vatican displays this veil at St. Peter’s Basilica once a year – on the fifth Sunday of Lent.

Veil of St. Veronica in St. Peter’s Basilica, Public Domain

The Holy Face of Manoppello resides behind the altar in the Basilica Shrine of the Holy Face in Manoppello, Italy. The imprint of Christ’s face appears on the cloth, without any traces of pigment or ink.

Holy Face of Manoppello,Ra Boe, CC BY-SA 2.5, Wikimedia Commons

If overlayed on top of each other, both St. Veronica’s Veil and the Veil of Manoppello align perfectly with one another and with the Shroud of Turin.

Here’s a video explaining both veils:

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The Divine Mercy Image

Jesus asked St. Faustina to “paint an image, according to the pattern you see” in a 1931 apparition. She then instructed painter Eugene Kazimierowski in creating the image in 1934.

“Paint an image according to the pattern you see, with the signature: Jesus, I trust in You. I promise that the soul that will venerate this image will not perish,” Jesus told St. Faustina.

While many versions of the painting exist, Kazimierowski’s work is almost identical to the Shroud of Turin if overlayed on the image.

Here’s a video overlaying the Shroud of Turin and the Divine Mercy image:

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Here’s a video explaining the Divine Mercy image:

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Do you believe these images are the true Face of Jesus Christ?

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