Eucharistic Miracles project

Blessed Carlo Acutis Eucharistic Miracles project.

St. Thomas More Charismatic Prayer Group
in collaboration with the Knights of Columbus AMC 9494 has organized an exhibition manifesting the works and achievements of


Blessed Carlo Acutis
Eucharistic Miracles project.


Exhibition Venue: St. Thomas More Church Hall 2234 Ellesmere Road, Scarborough, ON M1G 3M9
Saturday, July 13, 2024 (5:00 – 8:00 pm.)
& Sunday, July 14, 2024 (9:00 am – 8:00 pm.) Admission: FREE (a donation to defray production costs is welcome)


Blessed Carlo Acutis, a Catholic, 15-year-old Italian teenager died in 2006, was beatified October 10, 2020, in Assisi, Italy.
A gamer and computer programmer who loved soccer and the Eucharist, has become well known throughout the world. As a programmer, he built a website cataloging, and promoting the Eucharistic Miracles, and Marian Apparitions.

Blessed Carlo Acutis was born and baptized in London to Italian parents in 1991, but the family moved back to Milan, Italy, while he was still an infant.
After he started high school, he began to curate, create or design websites, including one for a local parish, for his Jesuit-run high school and for the Pontifical Academy “Cultorum Martyrum,” according to the saints’ dicastery. He also used his computer skills to create an online database of Eucharistic miracles around the world.
He was devoted to Our Lady, praying the Rosary every day, and to the Eucharist. “The Eucharist is the highway to heaven,” he wrote. When people sit in the sun, they get tan, “but when they sit before Eucharistic Jesus, they become saints.”
When he was only 15, he was diagnosed with an aggressive form of leukemia and died on October 12, 2006. He had said, “I’m happy to die because I’ve lived my life without wasting even a minute of it doing things that wouldn’t have pleased God,” according to carloacutis.com.

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