Vatican International Exhibition of Eucharistic Miracle.

Devised and planned by Blessed Carlo Acutis (May 3, 1991 – October 6, 2006). Friday, October 21 thru Monday, October 24th in Holy Cross Anderson Hall. An extensive collection of photographs and historical records presenting a sampling of ancient and modern Eucharistic Miracles that have taken place in various parts of the world. All the miracles in the exhibition are Church-approved.The exhibition has been to more than 500 parishes in Italy and is currently traveling around the world. Now it is coming to Holy Cross!

FRIDAY 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

SATURDAY 9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

SUNDAY 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

MONDAY 9:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.

Vatican International Exhibition of Eucharistic Miracle. Devised and planned by Blessed Carlo Acutis (May 3, 1991 – October 6, 2006). Friday, October 21 thru Monday, October 24th in Holy Cross Anderson Hall. An extensive collection of photographs and historical records presenting a sampling of ancient and modern Eucharistic Miracles that have taken place in various parts of the world. All the miracles in the exhibition are Church-approved.The exhibition has been to more than 500 parishes in Italy and is currently traveling around the world. Now it is coming to Holy Cross! Blessed Carlo Acutis – Future Patron Saint of the Internet?Blessed Carlo fell in love with Jesus and Mary, as a small child, and decided that he would go to Mass every day and pray the Rosary every day. And from the age of 7, this is exactly what he did. At the age of 11 he became a catechist in his local Italian Parish and also discovered the Eucharistic Miracle of Lanciano. Carlo was amazed by this Miracle and shocked that information about Eucharistic Miracles wasn’t readily available. He decided to change this. Widely regarded as a computer genius, he designed the website http://www.carloacutis.com/en/association/presentazione, and, with the help of his parents, set about collating all the Eucharistic Miracles that have been approved by the Church. This was to take three years. Shortly after completing the project Carlo became ill with what appeared to be a virus, but which transpired to be fulminant leukemia. Carlo died just a week later.His downloadable, online Exhibition, rapidly spread all over the world. Carlo’s progress towards Canonization has been unusually rapid, and there is talk that he will become a Patron Saint of the Internet.  Blessed Carlo was a warm hearted and generous child who was loved by his many friends and by his many pets!  Although Carlo was a conscientious student and studied hard, he was a normal boy, who loved football and his friends, towards whom he was ever generous with his time and in whatever other way he might help them. Carlo also loved his pets.

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