Peoria: After some bishops in the American bishop’s committee asked for more time to look up the naming-related documents, the ceremony to appoint Fulton J. Sheen, the servant of God, was delayed. The diocese of Sheen has announced the same. Fulton J. In a press release issued by the Peoria Diocese, Daniel Jenky, CSC, said: “We are sorry to hear from the Vatican that the announcement that Shein has been rescinded has been rescinded.”
He said he was deeply saddened by the decision and was concerned that the decision would disappoint believers who were waiting to see God’s servant Fulton J. Sheen rise to the rank of blessed. He said the decision was based on a request from some US bishops who wanted more time for detailed inspections. As part of the nomenclature, Fulton J. Sheen’s life has been thoroughly examined, and he is an example of Christian values and leadership. According to a news release from the diocese of Peoria.
The Blessed Declaration was set for December 21 at the Cathedral of Mary of the Immaculate Conception, a venue for the reception of the Archbishop of Fulton J. Sheen a century ago.