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Blessed Carlo Acutis Medal and Holy Card Set

by McVan
Original price $14.00 - Original price $14.00
Original price
$14.00
$14.00 - $14.00
Current price $14.00

Description:

Carry the spiritual wisdom and protection of the Blessed Carlo Acutis with you wherever you go! The silver oxidize medal is adorned with a 24" silvertone chain for daily wear, and the laminated Holy Card serves as a reminder of his faithful life. Feel empowered and connected to this religious medal medal and holy card set.

Item No.: MV-PSD600CA

Features:

  • Blessed Carlo Acutis Medal and Holy Card Set
  • Laminated holy card with the depiction and prayer for Blessed Carlo Acutis
  • A Silver oxidized medal with an inscription "Blessed Carlo Acutis, Pray for us." and a 24" silvertone chain
  • The Blessed Carlo Acutis Medal and Holy Card Set makes for a perfect gift for loved ones looking for protection. Highly recommended for friends and family members.
  • Made in the USA

Saint Story:

Blessed Carlo Acutis is a Catholic teenager, computer programmer and a gamer who loved soccer and the Eucharist, he has become well known throughout the world.

During a period of two-and-a-half years, he documented 187 Eucharistic miracles. He prayed before the hosts who had turned to blood while traveling with his family. 

His passion for St. Francis of Assisi led to his request to be buried at Assisi after he passed away on October 12, 2006. In 2013, he was declared eligible of canonization. Blessed Carlo Acutis was declared “Venerable” in 2018 and was declared “Blessed” on Oct. 10, 2020. 

His heart is on exhibit in a reliquary in the Basilica of St. Francis in Assisi, where it is now considered a relic.