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90 There was a lighter side to Fulton Sheen that his classmates also appreciated. In his senior class proﬁle there was a reference to the “stunts” he and other students pulled on campus. In a history of the “War Class” of 1917, the author noted that Sheen and another student were so genial that they received off-campus invitations to Bourbonnais homes while the other students were forbidden to leave campus on Sunday evenings during Lent. The author of the senior class proﬁle also appreciated Sheen’s perpetually sunny disposition: “he came into our midst in the autumn of 1913 with the ﬁre and enthusiastic optimism of a ray of light.
He would have a distinguished career as a philosopher, writing four books, lecturing on the Catholic Hour radio series, founding the Catholic Evidence Guild of Washington, and serving as national secretary of the American Catholic Philosophical Association for twenty-eight years. 14 Over the years, Hart would remain Fulton’s colleague and friend. sheen was more ambitious. He studied at Catholic University for another year, and then decided to go elsewhere to complete his doctorate. In his autobiography, Fulton admitted that as a young priest he was praying to become a bishop.
Eligible to join) the faculty at Louvain. To attain the honor, one had to receive an invitation, pass a public examination before professors of other universities, and write a distinguished book. If Sheen could win the degree, he would be the first American to do so. 40 An agrege student was not obligated to remain in Louvain while preparing for the examinations, and Fulton elected to go elsewhere. Soon he was in Rome. The libraries were excellent, the churches were splendid, and the climate was not at all like the gray, damp and cold weather he detested in Belgium.
America's International Trade: A Reference Handbook (Contemporary World Issues) by E. Willard Miller & Ruby M. Miller