How can we fill the deepest desires of our hearts; the longing for life, truth and love? Master teacher and theologian Fulton Sheen explores “what we want most,” and how those desires can find satisfaction. His lesson, recorded in 1965, is illustrated by one of New York City’s most beautiful phenomena: Manhattanhenge. This spectacle occurs twice a year when the setting sun lines up perfectly with the city’s street grid, radiating golden light all the way across the island and drawing thousands of spectators, young and old alike.
This video is the first episode of the “Fulton Sheen Timeless Wisdom” project. The audio is part of “God in Search of Man” from the Fulton Sheen’s lessons on the Catholic Catechism. Listen to the whole talk at www.fultonsheen.com.
Fulton Sheen, a teacher renowned for his clear explanations and deep insight, delivered hundreds of talks between the years 1950 and 1979. The “Fulton Sheen Timeless Wisdom” project attempts to bring his words to life for the internet age, illustrating segments of these lessons for a broad audience. Thing in a Pot Productions is happy to partner with Anthony Buono of FultonSheen.com to deliver a taste of Sheen’s wisdom. Watch all the episodes here.
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