About Author

I am a Marian Catechist in formation, learning through the Marian Catechist Apostolate in Lacrosse Wisconsin. I am in my third year of studies in the Advanced Catholic Catechism course by Servant of God Father John A Hardon, SJ. My name is Lee Bastings and I live in Ontario Canada. I love all things Catholic and wish to spread the True Faith through all available channels as we have been encouraged to do so by our founder, Servant of God Father John Hardon SJ.  Servant of God, Father John Hardon pray for us .

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8 thoughts on “About Author

  1. alexis marcil

    Hello, I have a few questions regarding the fr. Hardon home study course. Could you contact me by email? thanks

     
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  2. Michaela de Beyer

    Good afternoon,

    On the internet I have found this picture “The assumption of Mary” (http://www.canadiancatechist.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/Francesco_Botticini_-_The_Assumption_of_the_Virgin.jpg) , which we would like to use for the catechesis for children. Would you kindly give us the permission to print this picture on the folder for the children? (Or whom can I ask for?) The folder will not be used for commercial purposes.
    Can you send as a description of this picture?
    If you are interested in our work, feel free to visit our website: http://www.glaubenserneuerung.de. We work within the Roman Catholic church for a new evangelization to preach the gospel to adults and children alike.

    Best regards,
    Michaela de Beyer (I speak german and a little english)
    In der Flauge 22
    I- 39042 St. Andrä (BZ) – ITALY

     
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  3. Wally Arida

    Hello, I’m the Editor in chief of ParishWorld.net. And we syndicate the brightest Catholic minds in our RSS feeds to our Mobile App. Our website http://www.parishworld.net will give you a better perspective about our ministry.

    With your permission I would like to include your blog among the many RSS feeds we feature. If you agree, there are a few requests I would like to ask to make your blog feed more attractive in our Mobile App. One, please add a photo for each blog post. And Two, please include the full article in the RSS feed. We noticed that blogs that do these two things get maximum traffic among our readers.

    Let me know what you think please. I look forward to hearing from you soon. Kindest regards and God bless.

     
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    1. Lee

      Hi Wally,

      I have no objections at all of having you feature my blog over your RSS feeds. I will also fulfill the requests you asked regarding the RSS feed. Today or tomorrow, I will be writing a new post.
      In JM+JT,
      Lee

      ps feel free to email me at npm80@hotmail.com

       
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  4. Kevin Lents

    Hello Mr. Bastings,

    As you see, my name is Kevin Lents and I am a Catholic catechist from the diocese of Evansville, In.

    I wanted to tell you about the book project I have been working on, it seems, for many years now. It is called: “The Language of Dissent: Answering those who Distort the Catholic Faith” (I had a lot of help with this, including Catholic author Donna Steichen)

    http://www.amazon.com/The-Language-Dissent-Answering-Catholic/dp/1502471922/ref=pd_rhf_gw_p_img_1

    Here is the description of the book:

    Kevin Lents, author of The Language of Dissent, does a tremendous job in answering those who distort the Catholic faith. In The Language of Dissent, Mr. Lents takes up issues such as:

    +Jesus did not know He was God.

    +There are errors in the Bible.

    +Adam and Eve are merely legends and myth.

    +Jesus really did not multiply the fishes and loaves.

    +The Catholic Church no longer teaches the doctrines of purgatory and Indulgences.

    +We do not know if Jesus actually performed any miracles.

    You can read a chapter of the book here:

    http://consolamini.org/2014/10/09/the-language-of-dissent/

    It is my hope you would find our book beneficial. Yes, we did enlist Fr. Hardon’s materials in our book. Fr. Hardon is *the best*. I hope and pray for your success in the Marian Catechist Apostolate. :^)

    God bless you,
    Kevin Lents

     
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  5. Daisy May

    Looking forward to hearing more from you Lee. Keep studying the Word and keep sharing what you are learning.

     
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