About Site

Hello again! I think it is important to set some boundaries for this blog site and set some goals if you will. The purpose of this site is to be a place where true Catholic teaching can be found and accessed by all. I will start with the Twelve Articles of the Apostles Creed which are the first things. I plan on starting with basic teachings on the Creed and hope to get into a more intermediate and advanced catechesis as time goes on. I will plainly state that any teachings on this blog will be from orthodox resources, such as all catechesis manuals from Marian Catechists Apostolate, Fundamentals of Catholic Dogma by Ludwig Ott, The Sources of Catholic Dogma by Henry Denzinger, Summa Theologica by St Thomas Aquinas, The Catholic Catechism and The Question and Answer Catechism both  by Servant of God Father John A Hardon, of course The Catechism of the Catholic Church and also The Roman Catechism: The Catechism of the Council of Trent and also many Papal documents and encyclicals such as Catechesi Tradendi by Blessed John Paul II and Evangelii Nuntiandi by Pope Paul VI. I will try to limit myself to making this a place for sound catechetical activity rather than a place to just give another opinion, their seem to be so many of those already. It has also been brought to my attention by my friend Felix that their are very few Canadian Catholic Catechetical resources on the web. So, voila, now we have one that I hope will help many people learn the Truths of The One Holy Catholic Apostolic Church. I will try to post as much as possible, but as life sees it right now, I cannot give a straight schedule of when I will post. Once again, I will begin very shortly on the first article of The Apostles Creed ” I believe in God the Father Almighty, Creator of Heaven and earth.” May God Bless you all. In JMJ,  Lee

St Charles Borromeo        St Charles Borromeo Pray for Us

4 thoughts on “About Site

  1. 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

  2. Marvin Max

    Hello friend, thank you for spreading the Word of God.
    Are you interested in promoting your work on a new catholic podcast?
    The Source and Summit podcast is an open podium for catholics to share their love for the Church.
    Through the technology on our website you can submit a spken item to the show.
    Just click ‘start recording’ and talk into the microphone on your computer.
    When you are done, listen back and if you are happy with the result, click ‘send’.
    Your contribution will come to me as an audio file that I can use for the podcast.
    Create a presentation of your special project and introduce yourself to a whole new audience
    The Source and Summit Podcast is available for free in the popular iTunes Store.
    You are welcome at sourceandsummit.cc for more information.
    Peace be with you, Marvin Max.

    1. Lee aka Canadian Catechist

      Hi Marvin,
      thank you so much for the invite. I checked out your site and really think it is a great idea. I have some ideas I am going to throw around with a couple priests and Catholics involved in ministry about doing a question and answer period and answering some of the tough topics of the day. Maybe we could use your platform and cross promote between your site and http://www.canadiancatechist . May God bless you and your new evangelization Marvin.

      In JM+JT,


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