Boy Who Knew (Carlo Acutis)
FRIENDS IN HIGH PLACES
DEAD? DEFINE DEAD.
“You have leukemia.” Daniel’s just received the worst news a teen can get. The adults in his life are crumbling under the shock. In desperation, he turns to his parish priest for help and is introduced to a boy his age, Carlo Acutis—who just happens to be dead.
"Corinna Turner has a way of using high stakes life and death to drill down to what matters most, and that's what lies beyond."
—An Open Book Family
Bl. Carlo Acutis’s is largely incorrupt. His tomb is now open to the public, and he’s wearing normal clothes.
"In this first volume of a short-fiction series aimed at making saints approachable, Corinna Turner does an excellent job of imbuing the heartbreaking tale of possible terminal illness with hope."
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