Archbishop Fulton Sheen Kids Socks

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Born into a farm family in El Paso, Illinois, Fulton Sheen was ordained a priest in 1919 and later became a college professor. His dynamic lectures often drew numerous visitors in addition to his students. After filling-in on a radio program, he was asked to continue as a weekly speaker. Fulton traveled around the U.S. giving guest lectures, homilies, and retreats, all while teaching full-time and publishing numerous books. After being ordained a bishop in 1951, he launched his famous television series, “Life is Worth Living,” reaching 30 million viewers each week and eventually winning an Emmy Award in 1953! 

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