Moods and Truths
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By Fulton J. Sheen
Moods and Truths corrects the erroneous judgments of the twentieth century regarding the proper role of religion in the pursuit of happiness and development of a properly ordered society. The critique, however, is not simply a matter of negation. Sheen fills up what is lacking in the modern mood with the imperative, invigorating truths of the Good News. First published in 1932, Moods and Truths shines with the celebrated wit and wisdom of its author, as Sheen redirects the mind and heart of modern man away from passing things and toward the truths that eternally endure.
“In a world that is constantly looking for new faiths, new religions, and new creeds, there could be nothing more new or novel than to begin to practice and live the Truths of Christianity.” (Fulton J. Sheen)
Fulton J. Sheen (1895–1979), one of the most renowned Catholic priests of the twentieth century, was an eminent scholar, prolific author, and natural entertainer. His cause for canonization was opened in 2002, and in 2012 Pope Benedict XVI declared him “Venerable.”