This is the first Asian stage of the exhibition conceived and held by Blessed Carlo Acutis.
Photo: Divulgation/Catholic Cultural Association of Macau.
Newsroom (11/08/2022 12:10, Gaudium Press) The International Exhibition on the Eucharistic Miracles, conceived and directed by Blessed Carlo Acutis, has been held in Macau since June 17, its first Asian phase, and will end on September 30.
Exhibition translated into 17 languages
Translated into 17 languages and presented all over the world, the famous international exhibition presenting the Eucharistic miracles officially recognized by the Church explores the relationships and influences between Catholic culture and contemporary science, presenting the realities that human science cannot demonstrate and that are beyond the reach of scientific research.
The Bishop of Macau and President of the Macau Catholic Culture Association, Bishop Stephen Lee, inaugurated the exhibition on June 17, along with some representatives of the local authorities. On the occasion, the exhibition and the life of Acutis, a figure that the Chinese faithful, especially the younger ones, are learning to know and appreciate, were praised.
Platform dedicated to the exposition
The Catholic and non-Catholic public can learn more about the Eucharistic miracles through special content on the Association’s website www.macaucca.org. There, a platform dedicated to the exhibition has been created, in addition to the story and testimony of Faith of Italian Carlo Acutis, beatified by Pope Francis on October 10, 2020. (EPC)
Compiled by Teresa Joseph