Old Errors, New Labels

Authors: Fulton J. Sheen
Synopsis: A fascinating and thought-provoking analysis of cultural issues that trouble us as much today as they did the faithful to whom Bishop Sheen initially addressed this book in 1931.
Rating: 4 stars
Quotes: “A lot of “meat” in this book and one needs to take the time to digest it all. When approaching this book, I think one needs to prepare oneself for a lot of reflection. He gives excellent perspectives on the logic or illogic of a way of thinking.”
“Bishop Sheen could have written this book yesterday since everything he says is as pertinent for today’s world as for the time he lived. It was enlightening and interesting.”

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