Faith, Hope and Love with Fulton J. Sheen

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  • Season 1
    • Love Is Eternal
      Episode 4
      8/23/07
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      Bishop Fulton J. Sheen is eloquence at its very best. These timeless messages offer inspiring guidance, encouragement, peace of mind and spiritual comfort that will touch the heart.The Touch of Your Hand -- In this inspiring episode, Bishop Fulton J. Sheen speaks on one of the ways of communication--touch. Even as God, in the form of Jesus, came to this earth to physically touch mankind with His love, so should we actively love people with this form of communication. Bishop Sheen explains that when we do this, the anonymous becomes personal, resulting in a positive effect on society.Intimacies of Love -- Beginning with humor and ending with a blessing, this program nicely compliments the previous program dealing with communication of love. Bishop Fulton J. Sheen, with great wisdom, talks about Jesus Who embodied true love. As He dwelt among us during His earthly ministry, Jesus showed us how to love through speech, vision and touch.moreless
    • Love Is Truth
      Episode 3
      8/16/07
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      Bishop Fulton J. Sheen is eloquence at its very best. These timeless messages offer inspiring guidance, encouragement, peace of mind and spiritual comfort that will touch the heart.Love is a Garden -- In this delightful episode, Bishop Fulton J. Sheen compares the stages of love and marriage to a flower garden. He speaks of courtship as being a seed catalog, the proposal as choosing the flower, the marriage as planting and the trials as the seasons that pass over this mature garden. Through metaphors and poetry, Bishop Sheen paints with words a charming portrait of love.Are We More Neurotic Today? -- Bishop Fulton J. Sheen handles the difficult issue of neurosis with his usual grace and humor. As a result of today's philosophy, Bishop Sheen conjectures that the youth of this nation suffer from this condition in greater numbers. Today's society is using more intense experience as the basis for what they do, rather than using a standard of what is right.moreless
    • Love Is Hope
      Episode 2
      8/9/07
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      Bishop Fulton J. Sheen is eloquence at its very best. These timeless messages offer inspiring guidance, encouragement, peace of mind and spiritual comfort that will touch the heart.Hope for a Wounded World -- Join Bishop Fulton J. Sheen as he discusses some of the causes of hopelessness--the "God is Dead" philosophy, violence and secularism. Using the illustration of Cain who killed his brother Abel, Bishop Sheen shows how hope can spring forth out of the worst and most potent moments because Christ died for us and rose again. We can find hope in His resurrection and life.False Compassion -- In this timeless program, Bishop Fulton J. Sheen explains the two types of compassion. He begins by relating the parable of the Good Samaritan to illustrate the correct type of compassion, or true compassion. Then he discusses compassion that is false, where the perpetrator instead of the victim is pitied. Bishop Sheen discusses that as this false compassion has risen, so has the crime rate increased.moreless
    • Love Is Faith
      Episode 1
      8/2/07
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      Bishop Fulton J. Sheen is eloquence at its very best. These timeless messages offer inspiring guidance, encouragement, peace of mind and spiritual comfort that will touch the heart.Ages of Man -- Drawing from Shakespeare, Bishop Fulton J. Sheen ponders the seven ages of man. Works from Confucius, Solomon, Modern Psychology and Biology also provide ages of man that Bishop Sheen compares and contrasts. This episode also speaks to the pilgrimage we are on as we fulfill our destiny.Temptation -- Bishop Fulton J. Sheen, remembered for his humor and conversational manner, explains the psychology of temptation in this memorable episode. Using illustrations and personal stories, Bishop Sheen teaches how temptation to sin grows from the act, to the habit, to compulsion. Learn how compulsion is not a sickness or disease, but rather sin, and how with God we can live a life of obedience.moreless