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London-born teenager to become Catholic Church’s first millennial saint

Carlos Acutis who was born in 1991 and died of leukaemia aged 15, has been suggested as a patron saint of the internet owing to his passion for computer programming and building websites.

“Carlo was young and handsome and always smiling and was a computer genius and would play on his PlayStation and Game Boy."

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London-born teenager to become Catholic Church’s first millennial saint

Carlos Acutis who was born in 1991 and died of leukaemia aged 15, has been suggested as a patron saint of the internet owing to his passion for computer programming and building websites.

“Carlo was young and handsome and always smiling and was a computer genius and would play on his PlayStation and Game Boy."

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His mother claims that Pope Francis appears to her in her dreams in the form of locutions.

Hmmm.
 

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Who's that dosy bint Plunkett?

I tried listening to her but its impossible.
 
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London-born teenager to become Catholic Church’s first millennial saint

Carlos Acutis who was born in 1991 and died of leukaemia aged 15, has been suggested as a patron saint of the internet owing to his passion for computer programming and building websites.

“Carlo was young and handsome and always smiling and was a computer genius and would play on his PlayStation and Game Boy."

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I am no expert on these matters but I believe in the old days, it could take a hundred years for someone to be made an official saint. There would be lenghty investigations into the deceased persons life. Sainthood wasn't handed out willy-nilly.
 

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I am no expert on these matters but I believe in the old days, it could take a hundred years for someone to be made an official saint. There would be lenghty investigations into the deceased persons life. Sainthood wasn't handed out willy-nilly.
As a general rule of thumb we can rule out anyone sainted in the past 40 or 50 years. There’s one or two genuine ones (Padre Pio) , but mostly not.

There’s a dodgy new trend of canonising the post Vatican 2 popes, when in point of fact, there hadn’t been a Pope made a saint in over 400 years.
 

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