Catholic Herald, Francis Phillips: There is an unusual exhibition being held at St Joseph’s church in Thame, Oxfordshire, at the moment. Organised by Anna Johnstone, a local parishioner, it is a display of 60 panels of the Eucharistic miracles of the world (altogether there are 160), accompanied by daily Adoration. The exhibition was originally the inspiration of a young Italian boy, Carlo Acutis who died in 2006 aged 15 and whose cause for beatification has been opened by the diocese of Milan. More here.
Young Servant of God Devoted His Short Life to Eucharistic Miracles
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