Born of Irish parents in El Paso, Illinois, Fulton Sheen rose to become one of the most towering theologians of the 20th century. Being a great scholar was not his only claim to fame though; he was a ratings juggernaut in the early days of television with his show, “Life is Worth Living”. At times during the 1950s, his show was the most popular in America, reaching millions of Americans, for which he won an Emmy Award in 1952 that he dedicated to his "four writers—Matthew, Mark, Luke and John." He was the greatest American evangelist of the 20th century for the Catholic Church. We are confident that Venerable Archbishop Sheen would approve of this brew, whose style hails from his ancestral homeland. It features a moderate caramel and toffee maltiness, with a pleasing copper-reddish colored hue.