This semester, the Vatican International “Eucharistic Miracles of the World” exhibit will make a circuit around the continental United States, courtesy of The Cardinal Newman Society.
The exhibit began its travels at The Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C.– only a few miles from The Cardinal Newman Society’s headquarters – but will continue to St. Joseph’s Academy in California, Wyoming Catholic College, Lumen Christi Catholic High School in Indiana, and other locations across the country.
Over the past 6 years, The Cardinal Newman Society has sent Eucharistic Miracles exhibit to many different schools, including St. John's Catholic Newman Center at University of Illinois, Pius XII Newman Center at South Dakota State University, and Manor College.
The Exhibit, which features large posters depicting miracles in the Holy Eucharist from across the world, bears a special significance for youth. The exhibit’s creator, an Italian boy named Carlo Acutis, began researching the miracles when he was 15, but died from leukemia that same year. You can read more about his cause for beatification here.
After its national tour, the Exhibit will return to The Cardinal Newman Society in early April. If you are interested in being part of the exhibit’s next trip, please contact The Cardinal Newman Society at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit this page.
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