Archbishop Fulton Sheen
On April 8, 1977, a record crowd of over 6,000 people came to St. Agnes Catholic Church in New York City to attend the Good Friday Service given by Archbishop Sheen. The Church was filled to capacity, along with the school cafeteria, gymnasium and classrooms. Finally, the New York Police had to shut down traffic on 43rd and 44th streets. The TV networks broadcast the Archbishop's remarks on the evening news and the enlightening event made the front page of the New York Times. This was truly Archbishop Sheen's finest hour. At long last, this historic presentation is again available to the Catholic faithful. Hearing his profound and prophetic revelations, you'll experience the drama and intensity, the winsome humour and the unshakable devotion to the truth that made Archbishop Sheen the "greatest preacher of the 20th Century".
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