Uncover the personal side of Catholic Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen! Enjoy this newly revealed story of his intergenerational friendship with a slightly sassy and irreverent eleven-year-old girl with a mystical bent. Her inner light “shone so brightly” that even the Archbishop stopped and took note.
Read Marguerite’s entertaining and true-to-life story about her delightful four-year relationship with this Emmy award-winning TV star, Catholic Church great, and giant in twentieth century American history. Discover the positive impact this charismatic Archbishop had on her life’s direction and values.
As a child, Marguerite believed Archbishop Sheen when he described himself humbly as a “professional speaker.” It took time before she realized the depth of his celebrity. In a uniquely innocent friendship, she shared stories of her Pacific Northwest vegetable garden, and he, of his travels. After several initial meetings, they became devoted pen pals.
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Hi there! I’m Margo. I’m not a professional author, and new to this whole self-publishing process, but I enjoy hobby writing. Much of what I have to say in this bio is about my foray into writing.
What better place to start than an autobiographical story from my childhood indelibly etched in my memory. “The Archbishop and I: My Childhood Friend Fulton J. Sheen” is available now in the Kindle store. The soft back and audio versions will be available by December.
I wrote this because I wanted to help keep Archbishop Sheen’s memory alive (he died in 1979). Possibly, he may become a Catholic saint.
On a personal level, I write short pieces because I have limited use of my hands. I max out at about one page a day. I am also voice impaired, but love to communicate. For now, writing seems the answer for self-expression.
In the future, I hope to write more “short reads” and children’s books.
I used to do a lot of public speaking before my voice started going fifteen years ago. Maybe I’ll write a book about all the funny things that have happened over twenty-five years with multiple sclerosis.