Eucharistic Miracles Exhibit Endorsements

 

“I cannot thank you enough for your time and hard work in helping our parish by bringing the display of The Eucharistic Miracles of the World to Hurricane, West Virginia. Your willingness to transport the display to West Virginia, help in setting it up and to make yourself available to those who came to view the display over the two day period was a wonderful example of your dedication to spreading the word of the Real Presence of Christ to the world. Over 150 people were able to view the display that weekend (November 3rd & 4th) and we were able to sell a case of books.

“Our Parish has been blessed to have Perpetual Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament for the last five years and is only one of two parishes in the state of West Virginia to this opportunity. The display of the Eucharistic Miracles of the World was a welcome reminder of the many gifts and blessings that the Lord has for each of us when we give our heart to Him. Among these gifts is the great work that you and the ministry of the Laity for Mercy have done to spread The Word, as the Lord has asked each of us to do.

“May God bless you and all the members of the Laity for Mercy! Thank you so much!”

Becky Dunn
Adoration Coordinator

 

“Thank you so much for the Life and Mercy retreat you gave at St Francis on the Feast of Corpus Christi. What a wonderful day to have such a faith inspiring presentation. I am grateful to you and your team for the effort you made to help us all go deeper into the Mystery of the Lordís love for us, revealed in His Eucharistic Presence. Both the presentation and the Miracles of the Eucharist exhibit have left a lasting impression on parishioners and inspired us in our efforts to keep Eucharistic Adoration alive in our parish. Wishing you and your ministry Godís richest blessings.”

Father Bob Penhallurick
Pastor, St. Francis de Sales, Newark

 

“Thanks for bringing the Eucharistic Miracles Tour to our parish. It was a great visual reminder of the fact that God is continually seeking to get our attention. Many people commented on how much they learned and how much they were inspired by the event. When our youth group toured the miracles, they spoke of how amazing our Catholic Faith is. I think it re-awakened our Eucharistic Faith and reminded us that Jesus in the Eucharist is truly God-with-us. May God bless you in this life-giving Apostolate!

Father Hahn
Pastor, St. Peter's, Chillocothe

 

“I thank you for the wonderful exhibit on the Miracles of the Eucharist. We were most fortunate to have this display at Holy Trinity Church in Somerset, Ohio on the Feast of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ. You had an excellent life size picture of Pope Benedict XVI to greet us as we entered the exhibit. You managed to create a respectful and reflective tone with the request for silence and the spiritual music. It allowed us to meditate on the awesome wonder of the gift of the Eucharist which Our Savior has left us. A number of people commented on how many miracles were related to the doubts of priests or consecrated hosts which were stolen. Of course, the Miracle of Belsano, Italy was most dear to my heart because it prompted Pope Urban IV to commission our Brother Thomas Aquinas to compose the Mass and Office of the Hours for Corpus Christi. Some have told me that we had a very good turn out. The exhibit had a profound spiritual impact on all who attended. And I must add that your volunteers were very dedicated. The courtesy and respect they showed added to the overall impression of the exhibit.”

Rev. Stephen F. Carmody, O.P.
Pastor, Holy Trinity Church, Somerset

 

“I was very pleased to host the Vatican Exhibition on Eucharistic Miracles of the World at Immaculate Conception Parish in Columbus, Ohio. This exhibit was truly inspiring and served to re-awaken and strengthen the faith of those who viewed it, especially our faith in the Real Presence of Jesus Christ in the Holy Sacrament of the Eucharist. The sheer number of documented miracles from various places throughout the world and from across the centuries cannot help but to corroborate the Churchís doctrine that the humble gifts of bread and wine truly become the Body and Blood of Christ in the Mass.”

Rev. Msgr. Stephan J. Moloney, Vicar General, Diocese of Columbus
Pastor, Immaculate Conception Church, Columbus

 

“I was very inspired when my parish hosted the Vatican Exhibition on Eucharistic Miracles of the World and the Life and Mercy Presentation at Holy Family Catholic Church in Columbus, Ohio. The Divine Mercy presentation clearly shows God's love to a hurting world. The number of Eucharistic miracles was amazing. These miracles demonstrate the truth of our Catholic Faith and the adorable mystery of the Body and Blood of Christ in the Mass. I want to thank the Sisters of the Children of Mary and Laity for Mercy for all their wonderful work.”

Rev. Kevin F. Lutz
Pastor, Holy Family Parish, Columbus

 

“I was very pleased to host the Vatican Exhibition on Eucharistic Miracles of the World and the Life and Mercy Presentation at Saint Cecilia Parish in Columbus, Ohio. This exhibit and presentation was truly inspiring to our parish and my hopes are that it truly strengthens the faith of those who viewed it, especially our faith in the Real Presence of Jesus Christ in the Holy Sacrament of the Eucharist. The sheer number of documented miracles from around the globe brings about the truth of our Catholic faith that humble gifts of bread and wine truly become the Body and Blood of Christ in the Mass.”

Rev. Leo Connolly
Pastor, Saint Cecilia Catholic Church, Columbus