Fulton Sheen (1895 - 1979) was one of the most prominent Catholic leaders in American history. He was bishop of Rochester, national director of the Society for the Propagation of the Faith, a participant in the Second Vatican council, and television's first religious broadcaster. He is author of numerous books, including Life of Christ, and his cause for canonization is currently under consideration.
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"Sheen...wrote of his sixty-year priesthood, from curate to bishop, with the same ability to simultaneously entertain and elucidate that made him a media star."--Publishers Weekly