The World's First Love

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Ignatius Press, Sep 1, 1996 - Religion - 276 pages
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Sheen presents a moving, eloquent portrayal of Mary, Mother of God. Combining profound spirituality, history, and theology, Mary's whole life is lovingly portrayed in this never failing source of information, consolation and inspiration.

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Love Begins with a Dream
The Annunciation
The Visitation
When Did Belief in the Virgin Birth Begin?
All Mothers Are AlikeSave One
The Virgin Mother
The Worlds Happiest Marriage
Obedience and Love
The Seven Laws of Love
Virginity and Love
Equity and Equality
The Madonna of the World
Mary and the Moslems
Roses and Prayers
The Fifteen Mysteries of the Rosary
Misery of Soul and the Queen of Mercy

The Marriage Feast at Cana
Love and Sorrow
The Assumption and the Modern World
The World the Woman Loves
Man and Woman
Mary and the Sword
The Woman and the Atom

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FULTON J. SHEEN [1895-1979] was Bishop of Rochester and television's first religious broadcaster, hosting "Life Is Worth Living "on the ABC network in the 1950s and the nationally syndicated series "The Fulton Sheen Program" from 1961 to 1968. Reruns of Sheen's programs continue to air on the Eternal Word Television Network and the Trinity Broadcasting Network.

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