Here is a rich selection of short, meaningful excerpts from the writings of Bishop Fulton J. Sheen. Forming a collection of landmarks along the way to spiritual peace, each paragraph in this book has been selected for the specific help and guidance it can bring in helping to make life worth living.
About the Author:
These brief, perceptive selections from thirty of Bishop Sheen's books reveal a brilliant mind at work as it considers the affairs of men, both spiritually and temporally. Love, hate, frustration, passion, virtue, wisdom, peace--all that goes into the complexity of man's life on earth is considered with rare sensitivity and frequently penetrating humor.
Fulton J. Sheen died in 1979 at the age of eighty-four. A priest for sixty years, he successfully pursued careers in television, radio, public speaking, preaching, and writing. One of the most celebrated of twentieth-century Catholics, he has left behind a priceless legacy of enduring love. His scores of books include Peace of the Soul, The Power of Love, Life is Worth Living, and his posthumously published autobiography, Treasure in Clay.
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