Powerful Testimonies for Laity for Mercy

"Since the inception of the Cincinnati Billboard Project approximately 17 years ago, the Columbus Laity for Mercy ministry has been instrumental in assisting us every step of the way!  He has been at our side walking us through the entire advertising process.

Tim has always been there for us in giving us billboard advice.  He also assists us with the production graphics for Norton Advertising; and he handles the advertising invoices/payments.  He also mails the statement of donation made to every donor. We couldn't do this without his efforts! His business experience has been invaluable to us!"
Annamarie Short


"Dear Eucharistic Miracles Of The World crew, thank you for coming to Tiffin and bringing this amazing display to our parishioners and students. Also, thank you for the red book, it truly is a treasure. Please be assured of my prayers for your ministry. In Christ, Father Anthony."
Saint Joseph Catholic Church.

"I am offering this strong letter of recommendation for the fantastic Eucharistic Miracles Display that was provided by The Laity for Mercy. Our students and parishioners enjoyed strolling through the display and having the expert guidance provided by members of the Laity for Mercy answering their specific questions.  The dedication to the True Presence was always evident."
Michael Sowers
Permanent Deacon
Pastoral Ministries
Our Lady of Perpetual Help
614.875.3322 ex 318


"For three years, the US Conference of Bishops has asked Catholics to rediscover the importance of the Eucharist on our lives.  This most holy sacrament is our real connection to Jesus in the world today. The exhibit of 'Miracles of the Eucharist' that Bl. Carlos Acutis prepared is a powerful demonstration of the way the Eucharist is still changing our world today.


Jenny and Tim from Laity for Mercy made bringing this exhibit to our parish simple.  During our weekend our parishioners were able to spend time with the Miracles of the Eucharist, and I heard many messages of gratitude from our community, our parish school, and surrounding parishes who were profoundly changed by their experience." 
Keith Obermeier
Saint Francis DeSales
Akron, Ohio

"St. Agatha parish was extremely blessed to have the Eucharistic Miracles exhibit displayed, especially in this Year of the Parish for the National Eucharistic Revival.  The wonder and amazement, of young and old alike, at seeing the many ways our Lord has shown us that He is truly present in the most Blessed Sacrament of the Alter, by way of the many Miracles throughout the world was awe inspiring.


We are so grateful of the work of Blessed Carlo Acutis in documenting these miracles, and for Jenny and Tim McAndrew and their ministry, Laity for Mercy, for sharing their resources, time and deep knowledge of the exhibit. The work of our Lord is never-ending, and this display is truly a gift of His love for each and every
one of us.


Let us remember His promises 'Go, therefore, and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and the Son, and the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you. And behold, I am with you always, until the end of the age.' Matthew 28:19-20"
Karen Ballou

"The Eucharistic Miracle exhibit is a great tool for evangelization. It draws people to a deeper understanding of that great truth that the Eucharist is indeed the Body, Blood, Soul and Divinity of Jesus Christ. Through  the use of historical accounts of Eucharistic miracles, which often includes scientific verification, one is led to a greater faith in the True Presence and to a increase in Eucharistic devotion. I would encourage pastors to bring this to their own parishes."
Fr. Daniel Dury
Pastor, St. John Neumann Church 


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"My parish was blessed to welcome the Miracles of the Eucharist Traveling Exhibit, provided by the group Laity for Mercy, on January 30-February 1, 2022. We invited Tim and Jenn McAndrew to bring the exhibit here as part of a parish mission we held during that time. Our goal for both the mission and displaying the exhibit was to encourage our parishioners to grow in their devotion to the Eucharist so that we could resume perpetual Eucharistic Adoration after we had had to close our Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration Chapel in 2020.


We displayed the exhibit in the Gathering Space of our church, and over the course of the three days, hundreds of children and adults visited and learned about Eucharistic miracles. I heartily support the McAndrews’ ministry and encourage other parishes to welcome the exhibit to their communities. Please feel free to reach out to me with any questions or for more information."
Fr. Theodore K. Sill
Saint Mathew Church
(614) 471-0212 | stmatthew.net

"Through a 'God Set- Up,' Tim and Jenny McAndrew brought the Eucharistic Miracles Exhibit to St. Joseph Church on Corpus Christi Weekend and the beginning of the Archdiocese of Indianapolis Eucharistic Revival (June 19, 2022- Pentecost 2025). It was a God set-up because through a discussion with Tim about a Divine Mercy billboard he explained they brought the Eucharistic Miracles Exhibit to parishes. It perked my interested and asked what dates he would have available to bring it to St. Joseph’s Church.


As it turns out he had had a cancellation and had an opening within two weeks of our conversation. Wow, two weeks meant a lot of work needed to be done (Pastor approval, room location, marketing the event). With the grace of God everything fell into place and the Exhibit came to St. Joseph on of all weekends Corpus Christi.


Tim and Jenny are so passionate about this Exhibit that they made the two week deadline easy to manage. They set the Exhibit up in a room which was spacious enough to handle 4 rows of documented Eucharistic Miracles. It was a quiet room allowing people for the reverence of what they were reading. The many visitors to this Exhibit had an opportunity to be inspired, grow in holiness, and appreciate the wonderful gift of Christ to the world through the Eucharist and ponder the real presence of Christ in the Eucharist.


Tim and Jenny stayed with the Exhibit the whole weekend making themselves available to answer questions and provide other supporting resources for the visitors. With any exhibit it is hard to know the fruit it produces. I cannot provide the exact number of visitors to the Exhibit over the weekend but it was a good number and drew people from the Louisville area as well as the surrounding parishes.


Our local Catholic bookstore, Note Bene, purchased the book, 'The Eucharistic Miracles of the World' to make it available to the community for further reading and reflection after the Exhibit left our area. I would like to share one of our current parishioner’s thoughts about the Exhibit. Her name is Barbara Haines.


When the Eucharistic Miracles came to St. Joseph’s she was not a Catholic yet but in the process of discerning coming into the Church. She believes this Exhibit helped her in her decision. Her words: 'How powerful the Eucharist is and how it impacts people lives all around the world. The Eucharist is really, really wonderful. I came to understand the Real Presence of Christ in the Eucharist and how my current church communion did not have it. Through God’s grace, Eucharistic Miracles can happen anywhere.'

The Eucharistic Miracles Exhibit is powerful. I would suggest any interested parish, especially in this Eucharistic Revival period as well as with the Eucharistic Congress happening in Indianapolis this summer, to bring this beautiful Exhibit into your parish. God Bless you."
Judy Myers
St. Joseph Church
Corydon, IN