An Archbishop Could Become a Saint. But First, His Body Must Be Moved.
In life, Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen was renowned for being an Emmy-Award winning preacher who brought Catholicism into American living rooms as television became popular in the 1950s.
But in death, Archbishop Sheen has attained a different kind of fame: His body has been the subject of a bitter public tussle between two Catholic bishops, each wanting to have the remains entombed in their cathedrals.
Now, 40 years after having been laid to rest in a crypt at St. Patrick’s Cathedral ...