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  • The Life and Times of Fulton J. Sheen

The Life and Times of Fulton J. Sheen

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Fulton Sheen was the leading Amercian Catholic of the twentieth century.  He became familiar to a generation as the radiant figure in full bishop's robes who held the nation spellbound during the 1950's on his television show Life is Worth Living.

The American Catholic Church’s most charismatic presence over several decades, Sheen was also its chief evangelist. Among his thousands of converts were celebrities such as Clare Booth Luce and Henry Ford II. The result of interviews with dozens of Sheen’s friends, family members and church colleagues and the unearthing of important new material at the Sheen Archives in Rochester, New York, America’s Bishop is the first in-depth portrait of this beloved churchman and intellectual, and a social history of Catholicism in America. Sheen’s cause for Beatification is being prepared in Rome.

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