Carlo Acutis: Teens Can Become First Millennium Saints

Carlo Acutis, who died of leukemia at the age of 15 in 2006, was beaten on Saturday in the city of Assisi, Italy.

Beatification is a punishable step in the Santu process, and means the candidate can be called “blessed” and a miracle confirmed in his name.

A procession passes through the streets of Assisi, Italy before the beaten ceremony of 15-year-old Carlo Acutis.

Another miracle is required to prescribe, the ceremonial act of proclaiming someone a saint.

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The Vatican said the teenager used his taste for technology to create a website that traces the history of eucharistic wonders, which have been used by more than 10,000 parganas worldwide.

According to the Vatican, Acutis was religious from a young age, despite her mother having attended “Mass” only three times in her life.

The Vatican announced that Acutis would be defeated with the claim that he was a Brazilian boy suffering from the disease.

Wootan said Acutis was born to Italian parents before the family moved to Milan.

Acutis, described by the Vatican as a “computer genius with a fondness for the Eucharist”, is considered the youngest contemporary person to have been killed.


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