On May 23, 2024, the Vatican announced Pope Francis' approval of the second miracle attributed to Blessed Carlo Acutis' intercession. His canonization could occur in the upcoming 2025 Jubilee Year.

He will become the first millennial saint of the Catholic Church.

Blessed Carlo is best known for his computer programming skills and website dedicated to Eucharistic miracles. He died of leukemia on Oct. 12, 2006, at age 15. Pope Francis beatified him on Oct. 10, 2020.

With the news of his upcoming canonization, it's the perfect time to honor and turn to him for prayers. Since many people cannot visit his tomb in Italy, online users can visit it virtually.

The soon-to-be-Saint Carlo's tomb is in Assisi, Italy at the Sanctuary of the Renunciation, which is part of the Church of St. Mary Major.

The National Catholic Register reported:

"The sanctuary is located on the spot where a young St. Francis of Assisi is said to have cast off his rich clothes in favor of a poor habit.
"In a letter written for the Sanctuary of the Renunciation’s inauguration in 2017, Pope Francis called it 'a precious place where young people can be aided in the discernment of their vocations.'"

The YouTube Channel Maria Vision Italia began livestreaming Carlo Acutis' tomb in February 2024. The channel also links to a website to submit personal prayer intentions.

The YouTube Channel reads the intentions "during the veneration on Wednesday live at 7:00 pm." The intentions are printed and "entrusted directly to Blessed Carlo Acutis" during Mass at the Parish Church of St. Mary Major.

Watch the livestream of Blessed Carlo Acutis's tomb below:

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Blessed Carlo Acutis, please pray for us!

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