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The Eucharistic miracles have been one of the most studied topics by scholars and scientists from all over the world.  Catholics are united by faith in the real presence of the Lord Jesus in the Eucharist.  Although one is not obliged to believe in Eucharistic miracles that are officially recognised by the Church, nevertheless, the believer must not exclude the possibility that God may intervene in an extraordinary way.

The Catholic Church firmly believes that there is no opposition between science and faith.  “The Eucharistic Miracles of the World” International Exhibition, organised by the Macao Catholic Culture Association presents 17 of the Eucharistic miracles in the world.  It explores the relations and influences between the Catholic cultures and contemporary science, presenting the realities which human science cannot prove and are beyond the reach of scientific research.  This Church-approved photographic Vatican International Exhibition, curated by Blessed Carlo Acutis, has been translated into 17 languages and presented around the world, featuring the Eucharistic miracles that have taken place over the centuries in different countries and which the Church recognises.

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Curated by Blessed Carlo Acutis

Blessed Carlo Acutis, who died of leukaemia when he was only fifteen years old, outlined the distinctive feature of his brief existence: living with Jesus, for Jesus and in Jesus.  In particular, Carlo placed the Sacrament of the Eucharist at the heart of his own life, which he called “my highway to heaven”.

Carlo is known and loved across the world for his example of holiness, for his devotion to the Eucharist and passion for information technology.  He had always understood the potential good the new technology could bring and decided to utilise these resources where people could learn about the faith.

Pope Francis has dedicated a chapter in Christus Vivit to Carlo, for the young people all over the world, presenting him as a model for the use of the new communications technology to transmit the Gospel, to communicate values and beauty (Christus Vivit 105).

Carlo left us “The Eucharistic Miracles of the World” International Exhibition as a legacy, showing others that “the highway to heaven” is through the Eucharist.

The Eucharistic Miracles of the World International Exhibition, curated by Blessed Carlo Acutis
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