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The Wise Words of a Teenage Computer Geek

One of the most unforgettable things I've read lately comes from an Italian boy who was considered a computer geek.1 It sums up part of the mission of Salvo.

Carlo Acutis was born in London in 1991 and grew up in Milan, Italy. From an early age he possessed a deep and abiding faith as a Catholic and attended daily Mass. Carlo was also a normal boy with many friends. And he was a typical boy in being very interested in computers. A biographical sketch states,

Carlo was gifted at anything related to computers so that his friends, and the adults with computer engineering degrees, considered him a genius. Everyone was amazed by his ability to understand the...


is the executive editor of Salvo and Touchstone magazines.

This article originally appeared in Salvo, Issue #40, Spring 2017 Copyright © 2020 Salvo |


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