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Notice: Questions herein refer to the
MCS Lending Library only, not to other transfers of books between users
of this site. Q & A herein are not comprehensive. The term
"SASE" as used herein is not necessarily limited to typical envelopes
and the term "book" (or "title") is not limited to books (it may also include
booklets, other loanable items, etc.). Note that items may be singular
or plural, caps or lower case at our sole option, regardless of how they
carefully read all Q & A items herein.
Q. How does the
'MCS Lending Library' work?
A. The 'MCS Lending Library' should work as follows: You request a book
from our list using our
online form. Once we receive your request, we
may place your requested item on reserve for you if it is available. If
the book is not available, we may place you on a waiting list for up to
1 year. During that time, if the book becomes available, we may place it
on reserve for you. Once your book is on reserve for you, you should
receive a notification from us via e-mail. You will then need to send us
the appropriate deposit & SASE. If we receive the appropriate deposit &
SASE within the required time period (14 days), the book should be
mailed to you within 10 days (otherwise the book will be taken off
reserve for you). We must receive the book back in the same condition
within 120 days from the date the book was placed on reserve for you or
we keep your deposit.
Q. What is the connection between the 'MCS Lending Library' and the
Catholic Book Review & Exchange Section of this site?
A. The MCS Lending Library is part of the
Catholic Book Review &
Exchange Section. However, we operate the 'MCS Lending Library'. Other
book loans (outside the Lending Library) are between users of this site
and we are not a party to those transactions. While we only lend books
from the Lending Library at this time, transfers among users in the
Catholic Book Review & Exchange Section can be trades, loans, or
Where can I view a list of titles available for loan?
A. Click here for list of titles which may be available for loan.
Q. Are all titles
A. No. Titles may be lent out, on reserve, no longer available, etc.
Q. Can I
request a title that is not listed?
A. Sorry, no. Please do not request titles which are not listed (click
here for list).
Q. Can I
request the same title more than once?
A. Please do not request the same title more than once.
Q. When will you get more
A. We may receive more titles at any time. This may primarily depend
upon the generosity of those who donate to the Lending Library. For more
information on donating to the Lending Library,
Q. How many
titles can I request at one time?
A. Presently we ask that you request no more than one title at a time
(and no more than 3 in any 6 month period). As we (presumably) receive
more titles in the future, we may increase the number of items that may
be borrowed at one time.
Q. What is the
condition of the books?
A. Book condition varies depending upon the title, but they are
generally in satisfactory or better condition. Books are generally used
and may contain ownership markings, "return to" information, cautionary
Q. Do you guarantee the information provided concerning Lending Library
A. We make no guarantees whatsoever regarding any information
Q. Do you sell any
of the books listed?
A. No. Lending library items are for loan, not for purchase.
Q. Can I trade /
exchange books with you?
A. Not at this time. To trade / exchange books with other users, try the
Catholic Book Review & Exchange.
Q. When are books due back?
A. We must receive books back with 120 days from the date they were
first reserved. If not, your deposit will be forfeited (i.e. we will
cash your deposit check). Please note that the 120 days starts from the
RESERVATION date on the e-mail we send you (NOT the date of shipment and
NOT the date of receipt).
Q. Do all
books have the same borrowing period?
A. Yes. However, we reserve the right to extend this period in certain
cases (e.g. for exceptionally long books) at our sole discretion.
Q. Can I renew a book?
A. Sorry, no. Please do not request a book if you will be unable to read
it in the time provided.
Q. If I am going to be late returning my book should I notify you?
A. If you return your book late we are entitled to keep your deposit.
Please do not return books late and please do not notify us of any late
Q. Can I borrow the
same book again?
A. Please do not request to borrow the same book again. We may refuse to
honor such requests.
Q. Do books have an
A. Books loaned may or may or may not have an
Q. Can you tell me
more about a book?
A. Sorry, no. If you want to find out more about a book, we suggest you
research it online, with the publisher, etc.
Q. Can you answer questions about books, authors, or publishers?
A. Sorry no. Please do not ask us questions about books, authors, or
Q. Do you recommend books you lend or their authors or publishers?
A. No. We do NOT recommend any books, authors, publishers, etc., even if
they are included in our 'Lending Library'.
Q. Are all
books you lend "good" or "safe"?
A. Sorry, we cannot guarantee that any book whatsoever is good/safe/etc.
Read at your own risk.
Q. Have you
read all the books that you lend?
A. Most likely the answer is no, especially as time goes by and the
library selections (presumably) increase.
Q. Can anyone request a book?
A. Any legal-aged adult with a proper U.S. mailing address & a valid
e-mail address who has internet access may request a book. [Note: This
excludes any who have been banned from posting or who are otherwise
prohibited from use of this site/section/etc.]
Q. Must I be Catholic to borrow books from the Lending Library?
A. No. However, you must treat all books properly. Mishandled, torn,
marked, etc. books forfeit your deposit.
Do you always go in first come, first served order?
A. We do not promise this. We may lend books in any order of our
choosing. However, we may generally prefer to go on a first come, first
Do you promise that I will receive a book I request?
A. Sorry, no. We cannot promise that anyone will receive any book
Q. Can I borrow a
book for someone else?
A. No. Borrow for yourself only.
Q. Might you refuse
to lend me a book?
A. We reserve the right to refuse book loans for any reason (or for no
reason) at our sole discretion and with no recourse. Note that if we
have a problem with a borrower even once, we may refuse to lend to them
again (ever). This may be on a person by person basis (or to an entire
address) at our sole option.
address will be used to mail the book?
A. Books are mailed to the address you provide. This must be your
address. Do NOT provide any other address.
Will you mail books to an address outside the U.S.?
A. No, sorry. U.S. shipments only.
Q. How can I request a book?
A. Click here to request a book.
Q. What happens
after I request a book?
A. If the book you requested is unavailable, we may put you on a waiting
list for up to 1 year. If the book you requested is available (or once
it becomes available), we may put it on reserve for you.
happens once a book is on reserve for me?
A. When we place a book on reserve for you, you should receive an e-mail
notification from us. You will then need to send us the appropriate
deposit & SASE. We must receive your deposit and SASE within 14 days
from the date the item was placed on reserve.
Q. Do you tell me the status of my request (e.g. waiting list, reserve)?
A. You should hear from us via e-mail once your book is on reserve. You
may hear from us via e-mail if we have added you to the waiting list for
the book (but we do not promise this). Be sure e-mail from us is not
filtered as we cannot send duplicate e-mails.
Should I follow up on the status of my book request?
A. Please do not follow up with us regarding the status of your
requests. We regret that we are unable to respond to questions
Q. How do
I know how much to send for a deposit?
A. The deposit amount may vary depending upon the book. See listing for
required deposit amount for the book in question (click here for list).
[Note: Some items may require that you contact us for a current deposit
amount. If so, you may use our
reserve request form. Complete the fields as indicated, except put
"N/A" in the mailing address field and note in the comment field that
you are NOT requesting a reserve but rather that you are inquiring about
the deposit amount for the book.]
What payment methods are acceptable for deposits?
A. Checks and money orders in U.S. dollars drawn on U.S. banks/financial
institutions only. Checks & money orders must be made out to "B.F.S.".
Who should I make my deposit check out to?
A. Deposit checks must be made out to "B.F.S.". Do NOT
make out checks to MyCatholicSource.com. Checks made out to
MyCatholicSource.com are NOT valid for deposits.
Q. Will you cash my
A. Deposit checks may be held unless forfeited. If forfeited (e.g.
because book was not returned, book was damaged, book was returned late,
etc.), we would cash your deposit check. We also reserve the right to
cash deposit checks for other reasons. Do not send a deposit check
unless there will be funds to cover the check in your account.
What if I fail to include a deposit with my SASE?
A. If you fail to include a deposit, we may discard your request along
with your SASE and cancel your reserve.
Q. What if my deposit is received late or the check is made out
A. If your deposit is received late or the check is made out
incorrectly, we may discard your request along with your SASE and cancel
your reserve. (Note: At our sole option, we may return your deposit
using your SASE.)
Q. What if I
send an incorrect deposit amount?
A. If your deposit amount is incorrect, we may discard your request
along with your SASE and cancel your reserve. (Note: At our sole option,
we may return your deposit using your SASE.)
What type of envelope should I enclose for the SASE?
A. You may include any appropriate envelope (keep in mind the book's
size / weight / type / etc.). Please be certain the envelope has a seal and is
should I address the SASE that I enclose?
A. Place your address as BOTH the ship to and return to address. If
applicable, mark the envelope with instructions (e.g. "first class
mail"). Be sure to write legibly.
Q. How do I know how much postage to include on the SASE?
A. You should contact the post office for current rates. Be certain to
factor in the size/weight of all items (including book / envelope /
reserve notification / etc.).
Q. How can I determine how much a book weighs or how large it is?
A. We may provide approximate weights/sizes on our list (click here).
However, we make no guarantees regarding these figures. Please confirm
weights/sizes with publisher or other sources before sending a SASE.
method will you use to ship borrowed books?
A. We will ship ONLY via United States Postal Service. You must address
/ stamp / mark / etc. the envelope properly so that we may simply drop
it off at the post office counter or in a post office collection box
(our choice). We will not wait in line, insure it, send it certified,
attach labels to it, etc., so please do not ask. Any special
instructions will be ignored.
my SASE & deposit be received together?
A. Yes. Your SASE & deposit must be received together.
Q. What if you receive my deposit/SASE after the required date?
A. If we receive your deposit/SASE after the required date, we may
discard your request along with your deposit check and other materials
and cancel your reserve. Note: At our sole option, we may use the SASE
to return your deposit to you.
Q. What if my SASE is
the wrong size?
A. If your SASE is the wrong size (e.g. not large enough), we may
discard your request along with your deposit check and other materials
and cancel your reserve. Note: At our sole option, we may use the SASE
to return your deposit to you. [Note: We reserve the right to attempt to
alter the envelope (e.g. cut it, reshape it, etc.) at our sole
discretion. However, we prefer not to do this and there is no guarantee
that we would be successful if we tried - please be sure your SASE is
sufficiently large enough in all directions.]
Q. What if I
put too much postage on my SASE?
A. Sorry, we cannot refund postage for any reason whatsoever.
Q. What if I omit a SASE?
A. If we do not receive a SASE, we may discard your request along with
your deposit check and other materials and cancel your reserve.
What if I fail to include any postage on my 'SASE'?
A. If your envelope does not contain postage, we may discard it along
with your deposit check and other materials and cancel your reserve.
What if I fail to include sufficient postage on my SASE?
A. The post office may not deliver the item to you if the postage is
insufficient. Also, if we notice that the postage is not sufficient (we
may or may not), we may refuse to ship the item. If so, we may discard
your deposit & SASE (or we may use your SASE to return your deposit) and
cancel your reserve.
Q. What else must I include with my SASE & deposit check?
A. It is very important to include a printout of the notice of
reservation that you receive from us via e-mail. This notice should
indicate the name of the book on reserve as well as your name and
address. It is necessary to include a copy of the notice of reserve so
we know which book to send you and so that we can confirm that you are
the proper recipient.
Q. Should I include
A. No. Do not include anything else. If you include anything else it
becomes our property to keep / discard / sell / etc.
Q. Could you provide a quick summary of what I must enclose?
A. In your envelope you should enclose: (1) The notice of reservation
printout, (2) Deposit, and (3) SASE
Q. Where do I mail my deposit/SASE/notice of reservation?
A. Mail the above together to: Attn: MCS Lending Library/Reserve Desk,
B.F.S., P.O. Box 4292, Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91729-4292. Please be
certain to include all address information above or the post office may
return your mail.
Q. Do you notify me when you have received my deposit/SASE or when you
ship items to me?
A. Generally no. However, we reserve the right to contact you regarding
the receipt or shipment of items or for any other reason.
Q. Can you
provide a receipt for my deposit?
A. Sorry, no. You may consider your cancelled check a receipt (if
Q. Will you use my SASE for anything other than shipping a book to me?
A. We reserve the right to use your SASE for any reason (e.g. to return
your deposit). If so, we would not refund any wasted or excess postage.
Q. Will you
honor special shipping requests?
A. Sorry, no. Please do not make special shipping requests.
Q. What should I do if the book I received is not as described?
A. Please contact us immediately (reply to our original reserve
Q. What should I do if I never receive the book I requested?
A. We do not promise you will receive any book. If you had a book on
reserve and have sent a timely deposit/SASE and still have not received
the book after a sufficient amount of time, you may contact us (reply to
the reserve notification e-mail). We should be able to provide you with
a mailing date for the item and you may be able to request that the post
office put a trace on the item. However, we are not responsible if you
do not receive the book. Remember that by requesting any book(s), you
agree to take all risks associated with book loans, including the risk
that items will not be received. Also remember that you are responsible
for proper addressing, postage, marking, etc. on your SASE. We are in no
way responsible for lost or misdirected mail. By requesting any book(s),
you agree to take sole responsibility for lost items.
Q. What if I send a deposit/SASE without having a book on reserve?
A. Do not send a deposit/SASE unless we notify you that we have placed a
book on reserve for you. If you send a deposit/SASE without having a
book on reserve, we may discard your request along with your SASE and
remove you from any waiting list. (Note: At our sole option, we may
return your deposit using your SASE.)
Q. What should I include when I mail a borrowed book back to you?
A. Besides the book itself, please also include a copy of the original
reserve notification e-mail. If desired, you may also include a SASE for
the return of your deposit check. Do NOT place this SASE inside the
book. Do NOT include ANYTHING WHATSOEVER inside any book. Do not include
anything else with your shipment. Anything we receive becomes our sole
property with full right of disposal. We do not return any items (other
than deposit checks as indicated herein).
Q. When I ship the book back to you, where should I mail it?
A. Mail the book to: Attn: MCS Lending Library/Book Returns, B.F.S.,
P.O. Box 4292, Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91729-4292. Please be certain to
include all address information above or the post office may return your
Should I notify you when I return the book?
A. We would appreciate being notified once the book has been mailed
(please reply to the reserve notification e-mail and advise us that the
book has been returned). This way we may be "on the look out" for the
What happens if I ship a book back to you C.O.D.?
A. We do not accept C.O.D. items. Any such items will be refused.
Q. What happens if a book return does not contain sufficient postage?
A. We do not accept "postage due" items. Any such items will be refused
(this is the case even if the amount due is just $.01). Sorry, but we
cannot pay any postage whatsoever. If you do not put proper postage on
your return, you forfeit your deposit.
Q. How can I get my
deposit check back?
A. Once borrowed materials are returned in a timely manner and in the
same condition, deposits that have not been forfeited may be destroyed
by us (e.g. torn up). If you would like your deposit back, you must
include a SASE with your book return and instruct us to return your
Q. Do you promise
to return my deposit?
A. If you have followed all rules (e.g. returned book on time in same
condition & have not forfeited your deposit for any reason) and properly
include a SASE for the return of your deposit, we should return your
deposit within 2 weeks of our receiving the returned book.
Unfortunately, however we cannot not guarantee that you will receive the
returned check as we are unable to guarantee receipt of mail. Also, in
the event your check was cashed (e.g. by an error on our part), we would
necessarily have to send you a refund check rather than your original
condition must books be returned in?
A. We must receive books in the same condition as they were lent out.
Q. Who determines that the condition of returned books is the "same"?
A. We do. Our decisions are final and binding and by borrowing any
book(s) from us you agree to abide by our decisions.
Q. What if you receive a book back that is not in the original
A. If we receive a book back that is not in the original condition, we
may cash your deposit check. Further, we may keep or discard the book.
If kept, we may add it back/keep it in the Lending Library. You would
not be entitled to any refund whether we kept the book or discarded it.
Q. What if the
post office damaged the book?
A. Sorry, but you are responsible for all books you borrow from the
moment we mail them to the moment we physically receive them back in our
hands. If books are damaged in transit you may be able to make a claim
with the post office. Please contact them for more information. Sorry,
but we are unable to assist you with claims.
Q. What are some examples of unacceptable treatment of books?
A. Do not make any marks whatsoever in books (even with a pencil). Do
not tear books/pages, fold pages or the cover, spell beverages on books
or otherwise get them wet. Do not attach things to books or treat them
in an unsanitary manner. Do not set heavy/sharp objects on them. Do not
leave them exposed to sunlight, excessive heat, etc. Do not break /
injure the spine of books. Do not allow the cover of books to become
excessively bent or dog-eared. Do not keep/store things inside books. Do
not mishandle books. Any of these items may cause you to forfeit your
deposit. Note: This list is not comprehensive.
normal wear and tear forfeit a deposit?
A. This depends on the definition of "normal". Very slight creases at
the binding may be considered "acceptable" to us. However folded, torn,
etc. pages or coffee stains, etc. would not be considered "normal."
Do you deduct from my deposit for damage to a book?
A. No. Rather, we keep the entire deposit if a book is not returned in
the same condition as we lent it. If a book is damaged in any way, you
forfeit your entire deposit, even if the book is still usable. Please
use care with books and ensure that they are not damaged.
Q. Do any other
actions forfeit a deposit?
A. Misuse of the Lending Library (including mailing books to others) may
forfeit your deposit, even if books are otherwise returned timely and in
good condition. Remember that by requesting a book(s), you agree to all
Q. Should I mail items to any other address than what is indicated
A. Do not mail any item to any other address than that which we have
indicated herein. If you do, your mailing may be discarded / not
received / etc. We are not responsible for any items mailed to the wrong
address. [Note: If you receive an e-mail requesting that you send items
to another address, you may be certain that we did not send it. Do NOT
respond to any such requests. For more information on forged e-mail,
Q. Can I review a book I borrowed from the MCS Lending Library in the
Catholic Book Review & Exchange Section?
A. Certainly you may review any applicable Catholic book in the Catholic
Book Review & Exchange Section, subject to the conditions specified.
can I donate a book to the Lending Library?
click here for more information on donating to the Lending
Q. Once you have cashed my deposit check, can I get a refund?
A. Under no circumstances are there refunds for forfeited deposits.
Q. Do you issue
partial deposit refunds?
A. No. No refunds under any circumstances, even partial ones.
Q. What if you receive my book back in perfect condition, but it is
A. If we do not receive a book back on time, you forfeit your deposit,
regardless of the condition of the book. If your deposit was forfeited
due to the late receipt of a book, we may keep or discard the book. If
we keep the book, we may add it back/keep it in the Lending Library. You
would not be entitled to any refund whatsoever and we would not ship the
book back to you. Please do not return books late.
Q. What if my book was received late due to an error on the part of the
A. Sorry, but we cannot make exceptions for late books for any reason,
even for postal problems. By borrowing any book(s), you agree to take
full responsibility for them. Situations like this may be best avoided
by mailing the book back as soon as possible.
method should I use to return books?
A. Books must be sent via US Postal Service as other carriers cannot
deliver to our post office box. Also, items should not contain excessive
packaging or require a signature. We will not sign for delivery so any
items sent this way will be returned (and therefore your deposit would
be forfeited). You may use applicable inexpensive mailing methods (e.g.
"book rate") providing that we will receive returned items in good
condition and on time.
Q. Can I return
my book via overnight mail?
A. You can return the book via overnight mail as long as it can be
received to a post office box without requiring a signature.
do I know if my deposit has been forfeited?
A. If a book is received late or damaged or if it is not received, your
deposit will be forfeited. We may (or may not) notify you if your
deposit is forfeited. If we do not notify you, you will know that your
deposit is forfeited if the check is cashed.
are deposits higher than the value of books?
A. Deposits may be set at a value higher than the value of the book
because we have costs to administer the Lending Library. There are also
costs to replace books, research, shipping costs, etc. The deposits are
designed to encourage you to return the book (and if not, to assist us
in covering our costs for running the program).
Q. Do you want to
cash my deposit check?
A. No! We would prefer never to have to cash a deposit check. We would
prefer for our books to be returned in good condition and in a timely
manner. We do not want to spend our time/effort on replacing
books/canceling holds/etc. Rather, we would like our books returned in
the same condition as we lend them and in a timely manner.
my deposit is forfeited, what does it include?
A. Forfeited deposits are not payments for the book, per se. Rather,
they may be seen as a "late fee" or penalty. If applicable, they may
include taxes. We may or may not retain possession of a book even after
you have forfeited your deposit (if so, the book may be considered as a
"donation" to our Lending Library -
click here for more information on
contributions to the Lending Library). We do NOT return books to you
after a deposit is forfeited.
Q. What happens if my deposit check is not paid when first presented?
A. Whether you issued a stop payment, or if there is not enough funds in
the account, or for any other reason whatsoever, you agree to reimburse
us immediately and in full for all banking and other costs we incur plus
a penalty of not less than $50 if a check/money order is not paid when
first presented. You also agree to replace the original check with a
valid money order for the same amount as the original check.
Q. Do you return books back after a deposit is forfeited?
A. No. If a deposit is forfeited (e.g. due to late book return,
damaged book, or for any other reason), any returned book becomes our
property to dispose of / keep / sell / etc. at our sole option. We may
continue to lend the book out in the Lending Library. Note that if your
deposit was forfeited, any book received by us may be treated as if it
was a donation to the Lending Library (click here for more information).
We do NOT ship it back to you.
Q. What are
the terms for the Lending Library?
A. Terms for the Lending Library include all items herein (including all
Q & A) as well as all terms on the
book request form and on the
Lending Library titles page. Also, all site
Exchange section and Commercial Sections (e.g. for returned check
Also note that: We do not promise to lend any item to any person(s), we do not promise to act uniformly,
we do not promise to loan on a 'first come, first served' basis, we may
give preference to certain persons / items. Furthermore, reserve requests and all other items associated with the Lending Library
are processed at our convenience. We may change or discontinue this
program at any time without prior notice.
Books may vary from description. Sizes/weights/etc. may be approximations
and may vary. We may (or may not) include a copy of your reserve
notification with your shipment (if we do, postage must be sufficient to
cover this, if we don't, you may need to print another copy to include
with your return). You are responsible for fully paying all postage for
lending, returns, etc. You alone are responsible for applying correct
postage to all mailings. We are not responsible for any postage
whatsoever, regardless of reason. We are not responsible for any
delivery delays, non-delivery, misdelivery, etc.
We reserve the right to refuse any shipment/mail for any reason. Mail
received at our P.O. Box may be collected only infrequently. We will not be
responsible if mail is returned for any reason (including our failure to
claim it). We reserve the right to contact you for any reason (including
to notify you of availability, non-availability, follow ups, disposition
of deposit, receipt/non-receipt of books, questions, etc.). You must act
promptly for borrowing, returning, etc. If not, we may cancel your
reserve, your deposit may be forfeited (cashed, not refunded), etc.
without recourse. Note that we do not recommend any book / publisher /
author / etc., even if they appear in the lending library (offering of a
book does NOT mean that we endorse it!). Use items at your own risk. We
do not provide receipts for deposits (even if forfeited).
If we keep your deposit for any reason, we may allocate the funds in any manner
of our choice (e.g. to replace book - including any sales tax & shipping,
treat it as fine, pay expenses of lending library program, etc.). Any
books received by us after your deposit has been forfeited (or any other
materials received by us at any time) may be treated as separate
"donations" to the Lending Library. Such items become our property with
full right of disposal. We may keep them, lend them out, discard them,
sell them, etc. with no recourse. We are not responsible for any outcome
related to cashed checks (or attempts to cash checks) - even
if we cashed or attempted to cash a check in error. Forfeited deposits
are not refundable for any reason (even if we receive borrowed materials
back). If we receive materials back when a deposit is forfeited we may
keep both the deposit and the materials. Deposits not forfeited may be
destroyed (e.g. torn) and discarded. Should we return your deposit (e.g.
after you provide a SASE for its return), we are not responsible if you
do not receive it. Book condition may vary.
Books may be stamped with ownership markings, cautionary notice, etc.
Items mailed to us must be via U.S. Postal mail only. Do not request a
signature. Items without proper postage / deposit / enclosures / etc. or
which otherwise do not meet our guidelines may be returned or discarded
at our sole option and with no recourse.
Do not communicate with us about borrowings other than book requests, responding to our queries,
or other items mentioned herein. Do not ask questions about books. Any
correspondence we receive may be ignored at our sole option and without
recourse. Users are cautioned that certain books may be harmful to the
faithful. Read at your own risk. You assume all risks in connection with
the lending library. We are not responsible for any loss or damage
whatsoever. You agree that we have no recordkeeping requirements
whatsoever in connection with the lending library. All items herein (and
on all related pages) is subject to change at any time. All
participation (including requesting / borrowing / providing deposits /
returning / etc.) is at your own risk and you have no recourse to us for
any damages which may occur. By borrowing any item, you agree to all our
terms, including those herein, and you agree to assume all risks and to
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