Nora Creech has been interested in the Holy Shroud since the 1970s and has extensively studied the linen cloth. As an experienced lecturer on the history, science, and pastoral implications of the Shroud, she is eager to share the facts about the mysterious image and connecting it to the Gospel message.
Nora graduated from the University of Colorado, Boulder with degrees in Business and English. After working in industry and raising her family, she returned to graduate school and in 2018 completed a Master of Arts in Faith and Culture from the University of St. Thomas in Houston, TX. The goal of this degree is to prepare the laity to bring their faith into the public sphere to positively impact the culture.
After graduating from UST, Nora attended the year-long course in Shroud Studies offered online and in English by the Pontifical University, Regina Apostolorum in Rome.
Equipped with this background, Nora began consulting with multiple organizations to develop and expand various Shroud exhibits. She collaborated with the President/Curator of the National Museum of Funeral History to open an exhibit entitled, 'The Most Famous Burial of All Time: The Shroud of Turin' in Houston, TX in April of 2023. She is on the Board of Directors of the Shroud Center of Southern California and a founding member of the National Holy Shroud Exhibit. Nora is also the North American representative for Othonia which is an international association with the objective of contributing to the preservation, promotion and dissemination of knowledge related to the Holy Shroud for all peoples and cultures of the world - for future generations.
Nora is the mother of three adult children. She and her husband of 35 years, Dennis, live in California.