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Relics of Blessed Carlo Acutis Are Reminder of ‘a Light That Shines the Way in the Darkness’ in Lebanon
Holy tour traverses the country ahead of Christmas.
Bishop Sorrentino of Assisi: Ask Blessed Carlo Acutis on His Feast Day for a Greater Love for the Eucharist
Blessed Carlo is known for his passionate devotion to the Real Presence of Jesus in the Eucharist and an aptitude for computer programming.
Faustina, Kateri, Dina Bélanger, Carlo Acutis, John Paul II — What 5 Holy People Teach Us About the Eucharist
These five saints and blesseds serve as models to bring the Holy Eucharist to full fruition in our lives as a preparation for the promised eternal wedding feast of the Lamb (Revelation 19:7).
Inspired by Blessed Carlo Acutis, Hollywood Producer and Catholic Internet Host Take on Eucharistic Miracles Movie
Many Catholic authors and speakers take part in the film including Dr. Scott Hahn and Lila Rose of Live Action.
While unable to view his body, visitors can still pray at the closed tomb and venerate the first millennial to be beatified.
Blessed Carlo Acutis was a young Catholic from Italy with a passionate devotion to the Real Presence of Jesus in the Eucharist and an aptitude for computer programming.
The cardinal highlighted that the young boy is known to have called the rosary “the shortest ladder to go up to heaven.”
The young Italian computer whiz, who died of leukemia at 15 offering his suffering for the pope and the Church, was beatified last October at a Mass at the Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi.
Pope Francis has said that the life of Blessed Carlo Acutis provides a witness for young people that true happiness is found when one puts God first.