Dialogue, Fulton Sheen Style: A Michael Voris Video
It is very interesting to know that in 1976, Michael Voris was altar boy at the Mass celebrated by Archbishop Fulton Sheen to commemorate Independence.
More interesting still is the vivid portrait Voris makes of the man, both in his human quality and fervent patriotism and in his, well, utterly “un-chareeetable” approach to “ecumenical dialogue”.
If you look at the video (for which you might have to register, which is fast and free) you’ll see how saintly men deal with those who want to “improve” Catholicism.
Posted on September 21, 2010, in Catholicism and tagged Archbishop Fulton Sheen, Catholicism, Christianity, conservative catholicism, Dialogue, Ecumenism, Fulton J. Sheen, Michael Voris. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on Dialogue, Fulton Sheen Style: A Michael Voris Video.