A remarkable man with an extraordinary story
A Saint for the Digital Age
A computer geek who dedicated his life to Jesus, Blessed Carlo Acutis
died in 2006 at the age of 15, but has already been beatified by the Church! His life is an inspiration to anyone wanting to embrace the digital age for evangelisation and catechesis.
Blessed Carlo Acutis
(3 May 1991-12 October 2006)
Italian Roman Catholic teenager born in London.
Best known for documenting Eucharistic miracles around the world and cataloguing them all onto a website that he himself created in the months before his death from leukemia.
He was noted
for his cheerfulness and
for his computer skills as well as
for his deep devotion to the Eucharist which became a core theme of his life.
Patron of youth and students
Yearly Feast day:
Carlo was beatified at
the Papal Basilica of
St. Francis of Assisi on
Saturday 10th October 2020
The Vatican has announced that the World Youth Day Magazine, highlighting the memories of World Youth Day (WYD) in Panama City in January 2019, is now available free online.
For Every Young Person who wants to be:
Connected to friends;
Committed to Christ and His Church & Commissioned for Mission;
Set on fire with the Holy Spirit.
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork)
A Brooklyn girl’s poem is taking over the Internet.
The poem reads:
Today was the absolute worst day ever
And don’t try to convince me that
There’s something good in every day
Because, when you take a closer look,
This world is a pretty evil place.
Some goodness does shine through once in a while
Satisfaction and happiness don’t last.
And it’s not true that
It’s all in the mind and heart
True happiness can be attained
Only if one’s surroundings are good
It’s not true that good exists
I’m sure you can agree that
It’s all beyond my control
And you’ll never in a million years hear me say
Today was a very good day
Now read it from bottom to top, the other way, and see what I really feel about my day.
"Pray as You Go"
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