It's always encouraging to read about the canonization process of people with colored photographs. There's just something so refreshing about seeing a modern day individual known for their sanctity. And when they died at a young age it is especially intriguing.
It's worth looking into the story of Carlo Acutis, who died in 2006 at the age of 15 from leukemia. Carlos offered his suffering for the pope and the Church. His gift of an exhibit about Eucharistic miracles, which he began during his short life, is continuing to travel the world today.
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