February 16-26, 2024, 8 am – 9 pm
Resurrection Hall, Saint Agnes Church, North Huntingdon, PA
 

The exhibit is self-guided.  Please come and go as you are able.

The International Eucharistic Miracles of the World Exhibit was designed by Blessed Carlo Acutis and contains an extensive assortment of photographs and historical descriptions of Eucharistic miracles recognized by the Catholic Church that have taken place throughout history. This extensive display started as a web site created by young Carlo to catalog over 130 miracles. Through these exhibit panels you can “virtually visit” the places where the miracles happened from the Midevial times to the current!  Please plan some time to visit!

“To be always close to Jesus, that’s my life plan.”  -Blessed Carlo Acutis

Blessed Carlo Acutis was born on May 3, 1991 in England though his family moved to Milan shortly after.  As a young child he showed a deep interest in religion, remarkable in part because his family wasn’t particularly religious.  In addition to religion, young Carlo like any boy his age, was interested in electronic games and soccer but he was also interested in the Internet and developed a web site to catalog the Eucharistic Miracles of the World. This led to the current World Exhibit.

Only 15 years old when he died of leukemia in 2006, Carlo was beatified October 10, 2020.  His age and interest in using digital communication to reach and teach others led to Acutis being popularly dubbed “the patron saint of the Internet” and “the first millennial saint” shortly after his beatification.

For more information about this saint for our times, visit his own site or the Vatican’s Saint of the Day from October 12, 2021.