From 1930 until 1960, Venerable Fulton J. Sheen was one of the most beloved Catholic priests in America. He was primarily known for his popular books, radio broadcasts, and Emmy-award winning television show Life Is Worth Living. However, Sheen was also a deft and serious thinker on efforts to bring Americans in closer alignment with the Christian tradition, especially that of the Catholic Church. Beneath his wide smile and silly jokes was one of the most accomplished Catholic intellectuals in American history and whose work deserves closer study, a study which yields a strict yet friendly criticism of American economic and political life.
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This lecture will be livestreamed @ 12 noon on May 30 for those who cannot join in person.