Catechetical Materials

When I first started this blog, it's main focus was apologetical: it concerned making a defense of the faith. But, as people began sending me their questions about Catholicism and as I found myself more and more engaged in the task of explaining my faith to people, my blog took on a more catechetical feel. Sometimes I wonder if the name of my blog might be a misnomer! At any rate, whether you are involved in apologetics or catechesis, I want my blog to be of help to you.

To strengthen its catechetical function, I have provided the following links to websites, Church documents, my blog posts, Catholic catechisms, and popular Catholic quotations that aid one's catechetical endeavors and address this most important task. (Updated: 7/29/2020)

Multimedia Resources:
Catechetical Methodology and Practical Advice:

Church Documents on Catechesis, Education, and Evangelization

My Blog Posts

Catholic Catechisms

Popular Catholic Quotations

Find a broken link, or a link that I should add? Leave a comment and let me know.

Pax Christi,

1 comment:

  1. Hello my brothers and sisters,

    I have recently started to author a blog called . I am a Marian Catechist in formation, and part of my formation process involves an active participation in catechetical instruction. I am in my second year of advanced catechetics through the Marian Catechist Apostolate in Lacrosse Wisconsin. Our founder is Servant of God Father John Hardon, and our current Director is His Eminence Cardinal Raymond Burke, Prefect of the Apostolic Signatura. I am trying to provide a blog site that is less geared towards another opinion, and more focussed on what The Catholic Church truly teaches. I will provide short, but thorough catechesis on all subjects Catholic, starting with The Apostles Creed. Working through all twelve articles in a systematic, ordered way. All material is available for reprint, to be copied, forwarded or used in anyway to help advance The Truth of The Church, please just give a mention if doing so. I welcome questions and comments also. Also part of my Catechetical activities are facilitating Holy Scripture study on Saturday nights at our families local Parish in Ontario Canada. So, it is not all Doctrine, I also study Holy Scripture. I believe it is essential today for Catholics to be very familiar with The Holy Bible as well as the timeless teachings of The Church. Last of all, my name is Lee Bastings, and all I hope for is the salvation of souls and conversion of sinners, myself included. May Jesus and His Holy Immaculate Mother, Bless us all.

    in JMJ,



Related Posts with Thumbnails