The importance of local talk radio

A. Joseph Ross
Wed Nov 26 02:00:47 EST 2008

On 25 Nov 2008 at 16:38, Doug Drown wrote:

> Bishop Sheen was highly respected by people of many faiths, and he had
> a very large following, as you suggest, among non-Catholics.  In
> addition to having been supported by Cardinal Cushing, he had several
> things going for him: he was handsome and thus telegenic; he was a
> very good preacher; he was ecumenical long before the term became
> popular; and he had a wonderful Irish wit and a twinkle in his eye.

I've seen him fairly recently on one of the Catholic cable channels. 
I wonder when he died.
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