In the Vatican want to canonize 15-year-old Carlo Acutis, who died of leukemia in 2006. It is believed that he cured healed from an incurable disease of another teenager, according to NBC News.
Acutis was born in London (UK). According to mother, he was an ordinary teenager who loved playing video games, but who also had “special spiritual life on the Internet”. He taught himself programming and created a website, katalogisierung wonders around the world.
In addition, Acutis supported classmates, brutalized, and helped the homeless. Great fame he gained in 2013. In Brazil a priest on behalf of a teenager suffering from a serious congenital deformity of the pancreas, Carlo prayed for his recovery, and the child three days later had started to recover, notes the Los Angeles Times.
Now attributing to the Holy teenager is at the stage of beatification (step before canonization). If it is declared a Saint, he will become the patron Saint of the Internet.
NBC notes that only the Catholic Church recognizes more than 10 thousand saints, but among them there are almost no children or teenagers – as patrons of modern technology.