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In the 1930s and ‘40s his radio show The Catholic Hour made him a household name. By the 1950s, Sheen continued to grow in prominence because of his popular, Emmy award-winning television program, Life is Worth Living. While these programs made Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen famous, he was a selfless pastor at heart, with a love of the Church and her people that drove his actions throughout his life. Pope St. John Paul II called Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen, “a loyal son of the Church.” Help parish families learn about his lasting legacy in this easy-to-read pamphlet, The Life of Fulton Sheen.
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