Acutis was aged 15 when he died of leukemia in 2006, offering his suffering for the pope and the Church.
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From age 11, Venerable Carlo Acutis started helping out teaching catechism to kids at his parish, and he was always helping the poor and homeless in his neighborhood.
The priest’s beatification Mass is expected to be celebrated in his native Connecticut where the Knights of Columbus first began.
Acutis, who died of leukemia at the age of 15, offered his suffering for the pope and for the Church.
The website Carlo created when he was just 14 years old was the genesis of The Eucharistic Miracles of the World, an international exhibition which highlights such occurrences.
A press release from the Knights of Columbus May 27 said the miracle recognized by Pope Francis involved an unborn child in the United States who was healed in utero of a life-threatening condition in 2015 after his family prayed to Fr. McGivney.
Cardinal Wyszyński is credited with helping to preserve and strengthen Christianity in Poland during the Communist regime’s persecution 1945-1989.
Surprise, joy mark the holy priest’s hometown’s efforts ahead of the blessed event for the local Church and beyond.
Pope Francis has created a new path to sainthood — to which holy lives could it apply?
Six historical consultants of the Vatican’s Congregation for the Causes of Saints have evaluated the documents in the case for completeness and accuracy. They approved them at a June 21 meeting in Rome.