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Description Fulton J. Sheen, Roman Catholic Bishop and early television preacher
Photographer Fred Palumbo, World Telegram staff photographer
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English: The Servant Of God, Archbishop Fulton John Sheen ( May 8, 1895December 9, 1979) was American television's first preacher of note, hosting Life Is Worth Living in the early 1950s on the DuMont Television Network.

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