For almost thirty years Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen adressed the problems and preoccupations of life in a weekly column called "Bishop Sheen Writes," offering advice, solace, and the wisdom of experience. "On Being Human "is a collection of 117 of the best of these, culled from among more than a thousand which appeared in dozens of newspapers from 1949 to 1977.
- Here are Bishop Sheen's thoughts on such subjects as the relationship between God and man, the quest for holiness, the pain of the human condition.
- Here are the fruits of lifelong meditation jon love, reason, the family, charity, freedom, education -- in short, upon the world as we live in it.
- Here is practical advice on how to deal with sex, with egotism, even with the atomic bomb.
- Here, above all, is the luminescence of belief in and commitment to humanity in all its many manifestations.
Doubleday & Company, Inc., Garden City, New York - 1949-1977
Brown & cream hardbound, 330 pages, 5.5"x8.5"
Excellent condition (has library sticker on it)