From 1951 – 1965, Fulton Sheen served as the Auxiliary Bishop of New York. Concurrently, he began a catholic television program entitled Life is Worth Living in 1951. This catholic tv show was broadcast on Tuesday evenings at 8 pm, and competed for airtime with popular television stars, such as Frank Sinatra and Milton Berle. Sheen’s show held its own, and in 1952, he won an Emmy Award for “Most Outstanding Television Personality”. Fulton Sheen credited his writers – Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John – for their valuable contribution to his success. This television show ran until 1957, boasting as many as 30 million weekly viewers.

1. Ascension
2. Authority and Infallibility
3. Baptism
4. Birth Control
5. Body of Christ
6. Christ in the Creed
7. Communism and the Church
8. Confirmation
9. Conscience
10. Death and judgment
11. Divinity of Christ
12. Good & Evil #1
13. Good & Evil #2
14. Heaven Is Not So Far Away
15. Holy Orders
16. Holy Sacrament
17. Humanity of Christ
18. Law of Love - Total Commitment
19. Marriage Problems
20. Marriage Sacrament
21. Marriage
22. New Testament Revelation
23. Old Testament Revelation
24. Original Sin and the Angels
25. Original Sin
26. Penance
27. Peter - Vicar of Christ
28. Philosophy of Life
29. Prayer is a Dialogue
30. Purgatory
31. Revealed Truth
32. Sacrament of the Sick
33. Sanctifying Grace
34. Sex is a Mystery
35. Sin and Penance
36. Sin
37. Suffering, Death, Ressurrection
38. The Blessed Trinity
39. The Commandments - part 1
40. The Commandments - part 2
41. The Effects of Original Sin
42. The Eucharist Sacrifice
43. The Hell there is
44. The Holy Spirit
45. The Mass
46. The Mother of Jesus
47. The Sacraments
48. The World the Soul and Things
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