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August 15, 2012
May he know now the fullness of the joy of creation.
August 13, 2012
Fr. Beiting, I had the privilege of joining with others from Massachusetts to work with you in Kentucky. You blessed so many people in your many years of service to the Lord. I can see God welcoming you to Heaven and saying "Well done, good and faithful servant. You can rest now, Father, your work is done." I love and miss you. Please pray for us.
August 12, 2012
I never had a chance to meet Fr. Beiting but I talked with him a few times on the telephone about prison ministry. He visited an inmate that I knew that had a serious heart attack at the prison where Father had just left from. He went straight back to see about him when I told him because he too knew the inmate personally. I asked him if he would come to my prison where I volunteer and he agreed but his feet and other health issues prevented it. I have almost all of his books and enjoy reading them. I knew he was special the first time I read about him in Eastern Ky. when he did side-walk evangelizing. I always felt that he was a GIANT of a man. We need more GIANTS like him.I'm sure he will be missed much. May he rest in peace!
August 12, 2012
We love you, Father. We were all so blessed to have known you and to have had you a part of our lives for so long. Such wonderful memories of the very early days in Lancaster. RIP!
Lucy Lynch
Sunnyvale, CA
August 12, 2012
Thank you for loving the people of Eastern Kentucky. Thank you for changing lives there. Thank you for not giving up.
Thank for you for saying "Yes" to our Lord. Rest in Peace. Your work has changed the region forever.

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