leftovers Blessed Carlo Acutis It will be brought to the USA
response to request Catholic Bishops Conference of the United States In conjunction with the New York exhibition of the Museum of Memory, Assisi 1943-1944, Monsignor Domenico Sorrentino, Bishop of Assisi – Nocera Umbra – Gualdo Tadino and Foligno, will bring first-class relics of the world’s first “Millennium” to be blessed. The young man’s remains are part of the pericardium, the membrane that surrounds and protects his heart and will accompany the three-year period of the National Eucharistic Awakening of the United States, proclaimed by American bishops last November, to renew and rediscover the faith. The value and real presence of Jesus in the Eucharist. The Blessed Carlo Acutiswho died of leukemia at just 15 in 2006, focused his life specifically on the Eucharist to grow in his relationship with Jesus: “The more we receive the Eucharist,” he said, “the more we become like Jesus.”
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Carlo tried to participate every day in daily liturgy And to spend time in worship, believing that “when we stand before Jesus in the Eucharist, we become saints.” During his stay in America, Monsignor Sorrentino, who will be accompanied by Monsignor Anthony Figueiredo, President of International Relations, and Marina Rosati, President of the Museum of Memory, will celebrate Mass in the Diocese of Rockville Center for 2,400 students from Saint Anthony High School. School, South Huntington, with Important Antiquities Gallery. In Brooklyn Diocese, he will hold a parish hour for youth and adults at Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church in Astoria, and he will attend a high school gathering at Holy Family Church, Flushing.
Thursday evening, April 7, the remains will be handed over to a delegation from the Conference of Bishops during a mass at Santa Rita Church, Bronx, celebrated by Cardinal Timothy Dolan, Archbishop of New York. “It is a pleasure to bring these relics from Assisi,” says Monsignor Sorrentino, where blessed Carlo said he felt “more happiness than all” and where his remains lie today in the tomb of the plunder, which is where the saint was. 800 years ago, Francis stripped himself of everything to follow Jesus. My prayer is that the presence of Blessed Charles’s relics arouses a desire in our American brothers and sisters, especially young men, not to waste their lives, but to make a masterpiece as Charles has chosen in our time and Saint Francis before him.”
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