Source: Pravachakashabdam

Assisi: The tomb of Carlo Aquitas, who lived a life of deep devotion to God and was called to the heavenly gift in 2006, has been opened for worship. Carlo’s tomb, located in the Sanctuary of Spolation in Assisi, has been opened today ahead of the October 10 announcement of the Blessed Sacrament. A spokesman for the organization, which works on the naming of Aquitas, told the Catholic News Agency that some of Carlo’s body parts were not decomposed but could not be said to be completely decomposed.

The Rector of the Sanctuary of Spoil, Fr. Carlos Acacio Gonzalez Ferreira explains to the Eternal World Television Network. He also revealed that the organs were intact. “For the first time in history, we see a saint wearing jeans and shoes,” he added. Carlo’s body is now dressed in the usual clothes he wore when he was alive. The church will remain open to visitors until October 17. Carlo’s mother, Antonio Salsano, also attended today’s ceremony.

Source: Pravachakashabdam
Carlo Aquitas, who led an astonishingly holy life, had a special devotion to divine grace. At a very young age, the teenager was able to design a website for divine miracles. Carlo’s exhibition of the Divine Mercy Virtual Library has taken place on five continents. Hundreds have testified that it has contributed to the in-depth study of the miracles of divine grace and to the renewal of faith. Carlo showed his patience for the Church and the Pope during his days struggling with leukemia deaths. On October 12, 2006, Carlo was invited to the Eternal Gift. Mother Antonio Salsano is also praying for the announcement of the elevation of her son to the Blessed Sacrament.


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