Life Is Worth Living

Dumont (ended 1957)


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Life Is Worth Living was a religious program from the 1950's. Hosted by Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen, this show covered a theme in religious life and usually involved a philosophical introspection on the condition of man and his relationship to his Creator. Archbishop Sheen would often use blackboards to illustrate a point or note key words. Occasionally, Archbishop Sheen would tell humorous stories or short jokes to lighten the more weighty epistomological discusions. Whether the viewer agrees with the subject matter or not, Archbishop Sheen's on-screen presence has the ability to captivate and entertain.