The Vatican’s International Eucharistic Miracles of the World Exhibit is a traveling display containing an extensive assortment of photographs and historical descriptions of Eucharistic miracles, recognized by the Catholic Church that have taken place throughout the ages all over the world.
The exhibit, designed by Blessed Carlo Acutis, allows viewers to deepen their understanding of Eucharistic miracles and connect in a special way to the Eucharist.
Carlo Acutis was educated in Milan at a Jesuit high school. He was a kind boy who stood up for kids who were bullied. Outside of school, he did voluntary work with the homeless and poor. He was known as a “computer geek” who had a deep devotion to the Eucharist. As a result, he developed The International Eucharistic Miracles of the World Exhibit, a website that catalogues Eucharistic miracles from around the world. He died of leukemia in 2006 and was beatified in 2020. The panels take the viewer on a journey where they can virtually visit the places where the miracles took place.