|Date of Birth||May 3, 1991|
|Place of Birth||London, England|
Carlo Acutis was born on May 3, 1991 in London, England. He died on Oct 12, 2006 (age 15). Catholic youngster who, prior to his death from illness in 2006, compiled a list on his own website of Eucharistic miracles that had occurred in various parts of the world. The month of his beatification was October of 2020.
He was always fascinated by computers and programming from a young age. He made the unusual desire to take his first Communion while he was just seven years old. The bishops Raffaello Martinelli and Angelo Comastri placed photographs of him at the locations of each Eucharistic miracle they attributed to him. This helped solidify his legend. In 2013, he was given the title of Servant of God. It had been exactly four years to the day of his passing that his mother Antonia had given birth to twins. The Catholic church acknowledged that this was a miraculous occurrence.
Carlo Acutis was an Italian teenager who died of leukemia in 2006. He was known for his love of computers and the internet, and was posthumously beatified by the Catholic Church in 2020. Acutis wrote a number of books about his faith and his love of technology. In one of his most famous works, “Acutis on the Web,” he discusses how the internet can be used as a tool for evangelization. He also wrote about the importance of prayer and how to use technology to spread the gospel.