The first Carlo Acutis school was born in Australia – Chronicle

Carlo Acutis, a student at Leo XIII High School, died in 2006 at the age of 15
Carlo Acutis, a student at Leo XIII High School, died in 2006 at the age of 15

Milan – First School Carlo Acotis will rise in the heart of australia: announced by the Archdiocese of New South Wales. Bishop Macbeth Green affirmed, “It is a great honor to name our school after this inspiring young man, who has shown that children and teens can live lives dedicated to God and caring for those around them.” From the new high school in Moama – designed by ClarkeHopkinsClarke Architects – the show is already circulating: stamped on the facade is the name of the young Milanese, announced by Pope Francis on October 10. Here is the College of Blessed Carlo Acotis. Remote interviews with families for registration are already underway. He will focus on the liberal arts, but also the use of technology and the Catholic religion, following in the footsteps of Carlo, who from an early age used the Internet to spread gospel teachings and connect with his peers. Today many people remember him as God Influencer or Web Patron.

He was only 15 years old and sat between the benches of the scientific secondary school of the Institut Leon XIII in Milan when his health suddenly deteriorated: The leukemia hijack took it away, in a few days. He passed away on October 12, 2006. But since those hours of pain have come forward many devotees from all over the world, who also knew him through the web. A community that grew, with a constant pilgrimage to his grave, in the shrine of the plunder in Assisi. The final opening has been decided, with a body exposed Blessing Like last October, but it was decided to postpone it due to the epidemic, to avoid crowds. In the meantime, however, the Awards Which affectionate greetings. In November 2020, a virtual school was also born in Canada bearing his name, while in Italy the new institution invited the administration of three historic Catholic schools in Reggio Emilia and its province, with more than a thousand students, named after Carlo Acutis from kindergarten to high school. Following the hypothesis of naming a subway station in Milan after Carlo Acotis, put forward by Civic Alliance council member Enrico Marcora, or one of the streets at the request of the municipality 7, there is an appeal to name a school after blessed Milan in Italy. In the meantime, one of his remains will return to the diocese of Milan, in Giusano, from September 2 to 4 in September. The title of the celebrations: “If God possesses our hearts, we possess the infinite.”

Every year, the pastoral community of Giussano begins anew with the name of the saints. And everyone’s thoughts this year went to Carlo “with a desire to help children and young people resume the Christian journey after the tiring period of the epidemic.” On September 2, at 8:30 p.m., the relics will be welcomed into the churchyard and the solemn mass will be presided over by Monsignor Giuseppe Veggese. Friday will be remembered in the city’s four churches, and at 9 p.m. there will be a vigil with youth and seminarians headed by Don Enrico Castagna, Dean of the Archipescopal Seminary. Saturday Eucharistic worship all night long. After the festivities the relics will go to Carate Brianza.

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