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Life Is Worth Living: Part 19 of 60 - Nurses And Doctors
Archbishop Fulton Sheen
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  Among the traits required of a good nurse, Bishop Sheen numbers three: understanding of suffering, cheerfulness, and a sense of the invisible. He fleshes out these characteristics and then moves on to characteristics of doctors, which he also explains. A strong appeal against euthanasia, abortion and other 'mercy killings' is included and buttressed by this stalwart pillar of the Hippocratic oath. The "Life Is Worth Living" Series was a popular inspirational American television series which aired between 1952 and 1957. Hosted by Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen, the series consisted mainly of Sheen discussing moral issues of the day.



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