Be encouraged by Blessed Carlo Acutis' story

This special documentary discusses the life of Blessed Carlo Acutis (1991-2006). Due to his deep love for the Blessed Sacrament, Carlo catalogued all of the Church-approved Eucharistic miracles. His profound love for Jesus, Mary, and the saints is an inspiration to the world. When you sign up for the on demand program, we will also send you two free eBooks, 12 Stations of the Eucharist and 7 Lessons in Holiness from Blessed Carlo Acutis

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“Sadness is looking at ourselves, happiness is looking towards God.” – Blessed Carlo

Who Was Carlo Acutis?

Carlo Acutis was born on May 3, 1991, in London, England. When he was four months old, his family moved back to Milan, Italy. Even as a child, Carlo had a great love for the Holy Eucharist, the Blessed Mother, and the saints.

Carlo wanted to strengthen the faith of people around the world by promoting the miracles of Christ through the Sacrament of the Most Holy Eucharist. Since he had extensive knowledge of computers, he created a website with all the approved Eucharistic miracles ( Carlo started this project when he was 11, and he finished it the year before he died. Since this time, his website has become a traveling exhibition that has been to five continents.

Carlo died from leukemia in 2006 at age 15. He was beatified in 2020, making him the first “Millennial” to be named Blessed by the Church. As a young man who played video games, watched movies, and spent time with his friends, he is proof that holiness is attainable for everyone.

Learn about those after whom Blessed Carlo modeled his own life.

Blessed Carlo's Miracle

Learn about the miracle that led to Blessed Carlo’s beatification.

Blessed Carlo Quotes

Read several inspirational quotes from Blessed Carlo.

Blessed Carlo Facts

Learn 17 Facts about Blessed Carlo.


“When we face the sun we get a tan… but when we stand before Jesus in the Eucharist we become saints.” - Blessed Carlo Acutis