Description: In the flood of commentary and sorrow surrounding the death of Robin Williams, apparently by suicide, so many are struggling over what to say about a man who seemed never to be at a loss for words. Steven Greydanus says recalls that as a lifelong Episcopalian, Williams once cracked that, compared to Catholicism, Episcopalianism was the “same religion, half the guilt.” Steven joins us to remember Williams.
Steven Greydanus Steven is the creator of the Decent Films Guide & film critic for National Catholic Register. He is the co-host of Reel Faith.
What you need to know about the Feast of the Assumption
Description: August 15 is the solemnity of the Assumption of Mary and in the United States, it is a holy day of obligation. What is the Assumption of Mary, how did it come to be defined, and what relevance does it have for our lives? Jimmy Akin is here to talk about 12 things to know and share
Jimmy Akin Jimmy is a Senior Apologist at Catholic Answers, a member of the Catholic Answers Speakers Bureau and a weekly guest on the global radio program “Catholic Answers Live.” His books include The Fathers Know Best, Mass Revision, and The Salvation Controversy.