Quotes by Fulton John Sheen

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Archbishop Fulton John Sheen (May 8, 1895 December 9, 1979) was television's first preacher of note, in the early 1950s on the DuMont Television Network. DuMont was searching for programming ideas and put on a series of rotating ...

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The proud man counts his newspaper clippings, the humble man his blessings.

Pride is an admission of weakness; it secretly fears all competition and dreads all rivals.
Life is like a cash register, in that every account, every thought, every deed, like every sale, is registered and recorded.
The big print giveth, and the fine print taketh away.
Baloney is flattery laid on so thick it cannot be true, and blarney is flattery so thin we love it.
Joy is not the same as pleasure or happiness. A wicked and evil man may have pleasure, while any ordinary mortal is capable of being happy. Pleasure generally comes from things, and always through the senses; happiness comes from humans through fellowship. Joy comes from loving God and neighbor. Pleasure is quick and violent, like a flash of lightning. Joy is steady and abiding, like a fixed star. Pleasure depends on external circumstances, such as money, food, travel, etc. Joy is independent of them, for it comes from a good conscience and love of God.
Every child should have an occasional pat on the back as long as it is applied low enough and hard enough. Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen (1895-1975