Archbishop Domenico Sorrentino shares the faithful legacy of young Blessed Carlo Acutis, who is buried in the hometown of St. Francis, and those who saved Jews in the Umbrian city during World War II.
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Jesus said to [Thomas], “Have you come to believe because you have seen me? Blessed are those who have not seen and have believed” (John 20:29).
Cardinal Timothy Dolan, the archbishop of New York, will offer a Mass with the relic in the Church of St. Rita in the Bronx on April 7.
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Holy tour traverses the country ahead of Christmas.
The effort is set to officially launch with diocesan Eucharistic processions around the country on June 22 for the Solemnity of Corpus Christi.
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Many Catholic authors and speakers take part in the film including Dr. Scott Hahn and Lila Rose of Live Action.
The relic was received at a May 8 Mass.
Bishop Mazur said in his homily that Acutis “had an extraordinary ability to convey the values he believed in and help people discover that God is close to us and that living with Him is something beautiful.”
Today Blessed Carlo’s heart is considered a relic and is contained in a reliquary in Assisi that is inscribed with his words: “The Eucharist is my highway to heaven.”