Talking about the "things that matter most" on Nov. 14
Live From the USCCB Fall Assembly in Baltimore, MD
4:00 – Harvesting the Fruit of Vatican II – 50 Years Later
Vatican II was opened Oct. 11, 50 years ago last month. As Church historians have long noted, it takes a few generations for the teaching of a particular Council to substantially weave its way into the fabric of Catholic life. In other words, the time of the harvest is now! We examine “Harvesting the Fruit of Vatican II”; a highly acclaimed multi-part conciliar document study series with creator Louis Verricchio.
5:00 – The Cause for Canonization Moves Forward for the Now-Venerable Fulton Sheen
Archbishop Fulton Sheen took a significant step toward sainthood earlier this year when he was declared "venerable" by Pope Benedict XVI. The declaration is the second step toward sainthood for Sheen, named a "servant of God" by Pope John Paul II in 2002. The Vatican already has launched its investigation of a reported miracle at a Peoria hospital that, if authenticated by the church, would elevate Sheen to just one more miracle away from sainthood. Here at the USCCB Conference in Baltimore we talk to Msgr. Stanley Deptula about the life of the now-Venerable Fulton Sheen.
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