VATICAN CITY: Carlo Accutis, who died at the age of fifteen at the age of 15, will be announced as the Blessed Sacrament of His Holiness the Eucharist. The announcement of the blessed status of this teenager, who has used modern information technologies to propagate the Eucharist will be made in Assisi.
Cardinal Angelo Bechyu will preside over the Vatican for the nomination. Pope Francis has accepted the miraculous cure for the Carlo-mediated prayer of a Brazilian child who suffered from a congenital pancreas. The medical board confirmed the miracle cure in November last year.
Carlo was born in London on May 3, 1991. The Italian parents soon returned to Milan. Carlo was passionate about technology. At an early age, Carlo set up the largest online collection of Eucharistic wonders in the world. Started at the age of 11, the venture gained international attention. At the age of eleven, Carlo wrote that the more we accept the Eucharist, the more we will become like Jesus, and so we will have a heavenly paradise on earth.
The exhibition of the Eucharistic Virtual Library prepared by Carlo has taken place across five continents. Hundreds of people have testified that it has been instrumental in deep study of the miracles of the Eucharist and the renewal of faith. He traveled to heaven at the age of 15 on October 12, 2006, after bringing many to the Eucharist. Vice Postmaster of Naming Operations Fr. Marcelo Tenorio testified.