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Roman Catholic archbishop; celebrated author and TV evangelist. (Personal title of Archbishop) New York; bishop of Rochester, NY.  President of the National Society for the Propagation of the Faith. During the 1950s-60s, Sheen's TV show "Life Is Worth Living," enjoyed a larger audience than "The Milton Berle Show".


ISP - Inscribed Signed Photograph: 8"x10" black/white glossy closeup head shot. On the lower white mount, Archbishop Sheen has penned:  To My Esteemed Brother in Christ, Bishop Earl G. Hunt, Jr., With The Cordial Gratitude of Fulton J. Sheen.


NOTA BENE:  Autograph photo accompanied by 1967 Typewritten Letter Signed obviously dictated by Archbishop Sheen but signed in his absence by a secretary.  Reads:  I have received your gracious wire asking me to participate in the 1968 Spring sessions at High Point, North Carolina.  I am deeply honored by this invitation, which betokens Christian unity, and would very much like to accept. I am obliged to leave now for Rome to attend the Synod, and I therefore cannot make any immediate preparations.  However, I will consider the invitation a little later, and if at all possible, I will accept.


Earl Gladstone Hu