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If you are not Catholic, but are interested or if you used to be Catholic but you've been away, we invite you to learn more.

Are You Called?

Come and see what priesthood, religious life or permanent diaconate offers. What you learn might surprise you.

Promise to Protect

Find out how we are creating a safe environment for children and young people in our parishes, schools and the community.

Marriage and Family

Get your guide to planning a Catholic wedding, find out how to enrich your marriage, explore adoption and much more.

Faith Explained

Explore Understanding Our Church, a treasury of Arkansas writers discussing the Catholic faith on a wide variety of topics.

Consecrated Life

Celebrate and promote religious life during this Year of Consecrated Life being celebrated worldwide through February 2016.

Parables of Jesus

Explore this powerful teaching tool in He Spoke in Parables, a monthly column series from Little Rock Scripture Study.

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Your support of the Catholic Arkansas Sharing Appeal is vital to the continuation of our various ministries. Learn how you can help.

Bishop Taylor Homilies

Second Sunday of Lent, Year B
Even more so than Abraham, it was precisely in putting all his hope and trust in his heavenly Father that Jesus gives God the glory.
Ash Wednesday 2015
Even those whom the world judges most successful discover eventually that success without significance is empty.

Prayer Book

My 27 year old daughter (Karin) found a lump in her breast. More...

Please pray for peace of mind and healing for my family and I. More...

Zukowski funeral to be March 10

Miroslaw “Mirek” Zukowski, a 28-year employee of the Diocese of Little Rock, died March 1 at his Little Rock home. He was 73. Zukowski joined the diocesan staff in December 1987 and took care of buildings and grounds at St. John Catholic Center. At the time of his death he was serving as a maintenance and grounds specialist. He was born Oct. 25, 1941, in Bialystok, Poland. Zukowski and his family immigrated to Arkansas in 1984 with assistance of the Catholic Refugee Resettlement Program. He is survived by his wife, Boqumila Zukowski; one daughter, Agnes Rooke; and two grandchildren. His cremated remains will be interred in the columbarium in the courtyard at Our Lady of the Holy Souls Church in Little Rock. More

Lenten retreat offers silence with God

Allow your friendship with the Lord to deepen in the sacred stillness and quiet of the 2015 Ignatian Silent-Directed Retreat at St. John Catholic Center in Little Rock. This faith formation program for adults will begin with registration 4:30 p.m. in Fletcher Hall on Thursday, March 19 and conclude Sunday, March 22 with lunch. Participants will learn about silent prayer and how to seek God and his plan for their lives in the silence. The retreat fee of $300 includes nine meals, accommodations for three nights and daily spiritual direction. Limited space is available. The deadline to register is March 9. This event is sponsored by the Office of Faith Formation. Learn more by downloading the retreat flyer. More

Register by March 30 for Search #136

Applications are being accepted for Search #136 through March 30. This event will be held at St. John Catholic Center in Little Rock on April 17-19. Search is a faith formation program for high school juniors and seniors designed to help them get to know themselves better, deepen their relationship with Christ and find support in living out their faith in the world. The retreat team is made up of teens and adults who have already attended Search. Though it is a Catholic program, Search is open to teens of all faiths. The fee to attend Search is $120. Scholarships are available. To register, download and return the registration form with the fee by March 30. Search is sponsored by the diocese's Catholic Youth Ministry Office. More

Bishop Taylor Homilies

Second Sunday of Lent, Year B
Even more so than Abraham, it was precisely in putting all his hope and trust in his heavenly Father that Jesus gives God the glory.
Ash Wednesday 2015
Even those whom the world judges most successful discover eventually that success without significance is empty.

Prayer Book

My 27 year old daughter (Karin) found a lump in her breast. More...

Please pray for peace of mind and healing for my family and I. More...