All right, the inspiration for this post arose from a Facebook post from +The Economist on Pope Francis's statements on The Shroud of Turin. "Making sense of a mystery" "Hence, perhaps, the cautious but far from anodyne words of the new pontiff, who draws some unexpected conclusions from the Shroud, almost implying that it does not make any difference whose visage appears on the cloth. "This disfigured face resembles all those faces of men and women marred by a life which does not respect their dignity, by war and violence which afflict the weakest… And yet, at the same time, the face in the Shroud conveys a great peace; this tortured body expresses a sovereign majesty." http://www.economist.com/blogs/erasmus/2013/03/pope-francis-and-turin-shroud?fsrc=scn/fb/wl/bl/senseofmyster"
Since I read several articles which are attached to the link, I was pleasantly surprised to read