Directory of Eucharistic Miracles Exhibit Custodians

Promoting Eucharistic Miracles helps to promote faith in the Eucharist and Eucharistic adoration!

Our organization promotes Church approved Eucharistic Miracles of the World, especially in our occasional Eucharistic emails which feature one at a time.  We often include a short video about the miracle when possible and available. If you have a short video on a Miracle you would like to submit for review or if you would like to help make videos please contact us.  If you or any of your contacts would like to receive our occasional emails promoting Eucharistic Miracles and adoration, subscribe on our website HERE.

Along with expanding adoration, parishes can host the Church approved photographic Vatican International Exhibition of The Eucharistic Miracles of the World.

Source for some of the content below:  Real Presence Apostolate of Michigan

What is the Vatican’s International Eucharistic Miracles of the World Exhibit?

The Vatican’s International Eucharistic Miracles of the World Exhibit is a travelling display containing an extensive assortment of photographs and historical descriptions of Eucharistic miracles, recognized by the Catholic Church that have taken place throughout the centuries 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.  The complete exhibition is comprised of a maximum of around 160 panels, detailing 126 different miracles. The miracles span a period of approximately 1500 years with the most recent one occurring in 2013. There are miracles from Europe, Asia, Africa, and the Americas. Some exhibitors do not display all of these.

Who was Blessed Carlo Acutis?

Carlo Acutis was educated in Milan, Italy. He was a kind boy who stood up for other children who were bullied. Outside of school, he did volunteer work with the homeless and poor and became a computer genius who had a deep devotion to the Eucharist, which he called “my highway to heaven.”  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.  Displays of printed panels of the exhibit, like his website, take the viewer on a journey where they can virtually visit the places where the miracles took place.

How do I get or have an Exhibit of these Eucharistic Miracles at my parish or event?

Some people become Eucharistic Miracles exhibit custodians by printing large panels/posters to display this exhibition at parishes and events. We are helping to compile a directory of these custodians, so parishes and others will who to connect with if they desire to have this presentation at their parish, without having to duplicate the work and costs of making their own display panels.

If you are a custodian or know of any custodian(s), or desire additional information, you can contact us using the form below.

To host a Church approved photographic Vatican International Exhibition of The Eucharistic Miracles of the World, at your parish or event, we may be able to connect you with someone in your area who already has the posters/displays to lend to your parish.  If your parish or organization would like to exhibit them, you can contact us using the form at the bottom of this page.

Bl. Carlo Acutis’ mother granted permission for  anyone to download and make posters/panels directly from Carlo Acutis’ Eucharistic Miracles website HERE, which includes translations into many languages and three other exhibits that can be used.

Alternatively, or in addition, you can simply present the exhibit information on Carlo Acutis’ Eucharistic Miracles website and/or videos and information using our Eucharistic Miracles web page HERE  or the individual pages under our Menu heading Directory on our website.

You may want to show a video or videos instead of, or in addition to, having a large Exhibit – here is a sample: Eucharist Miracles Richard Bernatchez – YouTube