New Lecture Dates -2018
Sunday, February 11th, St. Charles (lower hall)--Parma (Snow/Ridge Rd.)
Sunday, February 17th, St. Patrick Church/Knights of Columbus (in the hall)--Cleveland (Puritas/Rocky River Dr.)--1pm
Sunday, Feb. 18th, St. Teresa's Catholic Church - Sheffield Lake, Abbey Rd.--6p.
Tuesday, February 20th, St. Mary Magdalene Catholic Church - Willowick, 7p.
Tuesday, February 27th, Walsh Jesuit H.S. - Cuyahoga Falls, 7p.
Sunday, March 18th, St. Joseph Byzantine Catholic Church - Brecksville Rd - noon (private)
"David's presentation is both informative and inspirational.
The historical, medical and biblical background of the Shroud leads
beyond scientific inquiry to a personal encounter with the living
Christ. More than anything, this presentation is a call to worship."
Pastor David O. Williams, Pastoral Ministry Professor & Chaplain
at Barclay College in Haviland, Kansas
"David's presentation on the Shroud of Turin was found
to be prayerful, inspirational and instructive. I highly recommend
it for the insight it gives into the passion of our Lord."
Fr. Bob Jasany, Assoc. Pastor, St. Clement Church, Lakewood, OH
"I have had the privilege of twice seeing David Onysko's
presentation on the Shroud of Turin. On both occasions, I was deeply
moved by the scientific evidence and its correlation with the scriptural
account of Jesus' suffering and death. I earnestly recommend this
presentation to all."
E. Victor Evin, Harvest Presbyterian Church, Medina, OH
"David Onysko presents a comprehensive study on the Shroud
of Turin. It is insightful, informative and captivating for all audiences."
Rev. Frances C. Daily, Berea Children's Home, Berea, OH
"David Onysko's dynamic message on the Shroud of Turin,
with its graphic illustrations, paints a vivid picture of Jesus Christ's
Rev. Ernie Green, Good New Ministries Church, Cleveland, OH
"After viewing the Shroud presentation, I feel my faith
has been strengthened. It has reaffirmed my belief that the Lord awaits
those who follow Him."
Thomas Cummings, Supv.-Crisis Unit, Berea Children's Home, Berea,
"Mr. Onysko's presentation on the Shroud of Turin provided
many insights into the suffering the corpse imaged upon the Shroud must
have endured, an apparent victim of crucifixion. The image of the Shroud
left much to reflect upon in terms of the type of suffering our Lord
Jesus must have endured, out of love, for us."
Father Alex E. Brazynetz, Pastor, St. Boniface Church, Cleveland,