SHEEN, FULTON J.
The late Roman Catholic archbishop of Rochester who was most used in
ecumenical ventures into new evangelical circles. He was thought by some to
be a true evangelical believer. In his book, TREASURES IN CLAY, he gives
what he calls his spiritual secret. It is this: "On the day of my
ordination, I made two resolutions: (1) I would offer the Holy Eucharist
every Saturday in honor of the Blessed Mother to solicit her protection of
my priesthood; (2) I would spend a continuous Holy Hour every day in the
presence of Our Lord in the Blessed Sacrament" (Ed: this means a
From CATHOLIC DIGEST, May 1979. "WHY I AM A CATHOLIC by Sheen. All who are
`in Christ' form one body or Church or people of God because they are
vivified by...the Holy Spirit...and presided over by a visible head on
earth, who is the successor of Peter...in the Mass the sacrifice of Christ
From RELIGIOUS NEWS SERVICE, 12/11/79. "Evangelist Billy Graham said the
late Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen `broke down many walls of prejudice between
Catholics and Protestants' during a long colorful career...`I count it a
privilege to have known him as a friend for over 35 years', said Mr.
Graham. 'I mourn his death and look forward to our reunion in Heaven.'"
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