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RENEWAL AND RECONCILIATION
by Archbishop Fulton J Sheen
by Archbishop Fulton J Sheen
6 Audio CDs
Listen to this audio version of Pathways to Christ and you will understand better the meaning of suffering, unconditional love, and our role as holy ambassadors for Christ.
Discover the spiritual secrets needed to face your fears and grow in holiness. How church history relates to the present - How God always works through minorities and ever majorities - Why we possess the crossles Christ in our western world - Why mediocrity so gradually overcomes us that we faill to recognize it - Why Satan is at the root cause of much of the risis afflecting and infecting the church - and much more. Experience the eloquence and wit which moved countless minds and hearts during the 50s, 60s, and 70s. These talks will provide rich insight and practical advice for all who sruggle to ultimate meaning and purpose. Archbishop Fulton Sheen provides us yet again with guidance and direction to spiritually survive and thrive in today's turbulent and conflicting times. This great Servant of God provides personal and pastoral wisdom to discern properly which direction we are heading. In his clear and convincing way, he serves as a moral compass pointing down the right road with complete adherence to Jesus Christ and His Church. He will show us such things as: the meaning of suffering and how the Eucharist and our Mother Mary is intrinsically connected.
Are you struggling to understand what is the meaning and purpose in life? Are you looking for direction and guidance to spiritually survive and thrive in today’s turbulent and conflicting atmosphere? Then you have found the right source for insightful instruction in this audio version of PATHWAYS TO CHRIST. Providing a moral compass to the right path, Archbishop Fulton Sheen provides personal and pastoral wisdom along with complete adherence to Jesus Christ and His Church, enabling you to discern properly which direction our culture is heading and the course corrections you need to make in order to walk on the true path to Christ and discover the meaning He gives to life in all its fullness.
About the Author
The life and teachings of Venerable Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen anticipated and embodied the spirit of both the Second Vatican Council and the New Evangelization. A gifted orator and writer, he was a pioneer in the use of media for evangelization: His radio and television broadcasts reached an estimated 30 million weekly viewers. He also wrote more than 60 works on Christian living and theology, many of which are still in print. Born in 1895, Sheen grew up in Peoria, Illinois, and was ordained a priest for the diocese in 1919. He was ordained an auxiliary bishop in New York City in 1951. As the head of his mission agency, the Society for the Propagation of the Faith (1950 1966), and as Bishop of Rochester (1966-1969), Sheen helped create 9,000 clinics, 10,000 orphanages, and 1,200 schools; and his contributions educated 80,000 seminarians and 9,000 religious. Upon his death in 1979, Sheen was buried at St. Patrick's Cathedral in New York. His cause for canonization was returned to his home diocese of Peoria in January 2011, and Sheen was proclaimed "Venerable" by Pope Benedict XVI on June 28, 2012. The first miracle attributed to his intercession was approved in March 2014, paving the way for his beatification.
Declared to have lived a life of heroic virtues and earning the title of venerable by Pope Benedict XVI on June 28, 2012, Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen (May 8, 1895 – December 9, 1979) was considered by many to be the greatest preacher of the twentieth century. Indeed, he was a true pioneer in religious broadcasting. From 1952 until 1957, then Bishop Sheen, discussed the moral issues of the day, in an inspirational American television series, telecast nationwide, Life is Worth Living. Prior to the advent of television, Bishop Sheen pioneered religious broadcasting on radio with a program titled The Catholic Hour during the years of 1928 to 1952.
Audio: 6 CDs
Publisher: Casscom Media
Released Date: November 5, 2012
Released Year: 2012
Genre: Spoken Word: Instructional
This production is part of The Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen Biblical Education Library Collection
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