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In Going on Retreat, you'll sit in as Archbishop Fulton Sheen teaches the priests and seminarians at the Holy Trinity Seminary at the University of Dallas on such topics as the Nature of Christ, Remission of Sin, The Holy Spirit, The Blessed Mother, and Saint Peter. Remastered digital audio of a live sermon series.

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  • J. Blanco
  • 24-09-15

One of the best from Fulton Sheen

This was recorded at the University of Dallas in 1971. This is a retreat for the seminarians but the knowledge applies to everyone.

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  • Roger Duke
  • 08-11-18

Going on Retreat with Retreat Master Archbishop Fulton J Sheen

I have been on several retreats in my life and God has blessed me immeasurably when I have made time to seek God out of my busy schedule.

If you are serious about seeking Good and knowing more about Him, His love for you and also acquire self knowledge along the way, this audible experience doesn’t disappoint.

What I like most is Archbishop Sheen’s insightful knowledge of scripture and human nature. His audience is mostly post Vatican II Seminarians and Priests. However, the lay or religious Catholic of today will resonate with the timeless wisdom of this intelligent, passionate and inspiring man of the 20th Century.

If you listen as a retreatant, you’ll be pleasantly surprised by who’s waiting for you. I gained great comfort, encouragement, and peace from this series. The Holy Spirit works that way. I pray the Spirit works with you, too!