Amen. God love you.
[Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen was an extremely popular figure in the early days of television. This program was broadcast in 1953. Wikipedia describes Sheen's popularity:
The show, scheduled in a graveyard slot on Tuesday nights at 8:00 p.m., was not expected to challenge the ratings giants Milton Berle and Frank Sinatra, but did surprisingly well. Berle joked, "He uses old material, too", and observed that "[i]f I'm going to be eased off the top by anyone, it's better that I lose to the One for whom Bishop Sheen is speaking." Sheen responded in jest that people should start calling him "Uncle Fultie".
That television in the fifties and sixties was different from television today goes without saying. Needless to add, America is different too.]