Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen
Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen, preacher, teacher, writer, evangelist of the air-waves, and what he treasured above all else, priest, shed light and growth on the Society for the Propagation of the Faith worldwide. His style of preaching was easy to digest and appealed to many denominations. It brought converts to the Catholic Church and opened the doors of communication.
When he was ordained, he made a promise to make a Holy Hour daily before the Blessed Sacrament. For sixty years of his priesthood, he kept that promise. It was during his Holy Hour that he learned to listen and abandon himself totally to God's call. He always encouraged this practice in others, even non-Catholics. His strong convictions on the benefits of time spent in Eucharistic adoration were a powerful example to religious and laity alike. Of this practice he states:
(Treasure in Clay, the Autobiography of Fulton J. Sheen (1980))
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