"Faith comes from hearing" and most of us haven't heard the whole story.
Fulton Sheen - (1895-1979)
Beginning as early as the 1920's, Bishop Sheen hosted radio talks on "The Catholic Hour," a national program. During the 1950's, he became widely known as a television personality for his "Life is Worth Living" series that had an audience of 30 million viewers weekly. Fulton Sheen Apostolate is a group of men and women who come together weekly in small faith sharing groups to grow in our Christian faith by listening to the 50 lesson audio recordings of the late Venerable Archbishop Fulton Sheen on "Life is Worth Living," also known as "The Sheen Catechism." Experience his story telling and humor as he leads us, through reason, on a journey towards faith.
- Facilitator training (online)
- 12 to 15 members
- Meet weekly for 1 hour
- 50 total group sessions
- Graduation acknowledgement by Archbp. Gustavo Garcia-Siller
- Begin with opening prayer to the Holy Spirit & Litany of Humility
- Listen to audio for 24 to 28 min.
- Open group discussion
- Closing Prayer with Petitions & Thanksgiving Prayers
"I have been a Catholic all my life and never knew what I learned in my Sheen Group."
JA of San Antonio