“Who is the Man of the Shroud”
St. Thomas the Apostle Parish
530 Elizabeth St ., Ann Arbor, MI, 48104
The Exhibit represents an important opportunity to advance the dialogue between Science and Faith. It is addressed to anyone who feels the spiritual call of the Shroud and wants to deepen its value, its authenticity, its meaning and its message.
The Holy Shroud constitutes a true “provocation to intelligence” and a unique opportunity to be introduced to the mystery of love manifested on it.
Opening hours by reservation only Mondays 5pm, 6pm, 7pm and Fridays at 4pm, 5pm
Visits to the Exhibit are free and possible only by reservation
On the day of your visit:
1. The tour guide will meet you at the St .Thomas Parish Office’s entrance.
2. Please ring the bell at 530 Elizabeth St. (green awning) to access the building. Your guide will meet you at the benches in front of the St. Thomas Parish Office corridor.
3. Free parking for St Thomas Parish is available and accessible from the alley in Kingsley St.
4. Please note that if you park in Elizabeth St on the side of the Parish Office, there is a limit of one hour parking. The other side of Elizabeth St. has instead a parking limit of two hours. On the side of N State St also parking is limited to only one hour.