After the Islamist terrorist group Hamas’ Oct. 7 attack on Israel, Israel is at war. The U.S. government has condemned Hamas’ attack. Pope Francis and other Catholic leaders throughout the world have condemned terrorism and violence and are calling for prayer and fasting for peace. Long-time Register contributor, Michele Chabin joins us on Register Radio with perspectives from the ground in Israel. Then we turn to the Eucharist, our source of hope, and an Italian teenager who was completely devoted to making our Lord in the Blessed Sacrament known to a world in need. We talk with Register contributor Sabrina Ferrisi about Blessed Carlo Acutis.
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‘Through Carlo, Jesus is doing a lot of miracles, healings and conversions. This is a time when we need saints because the darkness is all around us, and young people have so many dangers. ... Carlo is a sign of hope. He passed over all these things, too. He was not polluted by it. This is possible for everybody. Our children can still be holy.’
The exhibition has caught fire and will be traveling to more than 30 other parishes in the Archdiocese of Los Angeles through next spring.
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‘I wanted to clarify several points and give my point of view as his mother. I wanted to give an air of authenticity to his story,’ Antonia Acutis told the Register.
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Blessed Carlo Acutis teaches us in a compellingly attractive way that the root and route of holiness is Eucharistic.
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