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Faith Explained

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Bishop Taylor Homilies

Jubilee Celebration for Sister Marilyn Doss, OSB
Jesus uses his own relationship with the Father as the model for the love and unity that should characterize our lives
28th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year A
Those who say they are Christians but live like pagans are excluded. They are like the man not properly dressed for the banquet.

Prayer Book

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Diocese to get three sisters from Mexico

Three sisters from the Catholic Teachers of the Sacred Heart of Jesus (Maestras Católicas del Sagrado Corazón de Jesús) religious order will begin their ministry at St. Augustine Church in Dardanelle and St. John Church in Russellville in January. Bringing the Mexican order to the Diocese of Little Rock was made possible through the Catholic Extension’s U.S.-Latin American Sisters Exchange Program. The program is funded by an initial $3 million grant from the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation. The program will span five years and involve 10 Latin American congregations, sending more than 30 women religious to dioceses throughout the United States. More

Scholarship appeal to support schools

The second annual Catholic Schools Scholarship Appeal kicked off Nov. 8-9 to assist schools statewide in raising tuition assistance. A letter and donation envelope was mailed to previous donors. A bulletin insert was also provided in English and Spanish to all parishes. Vernell Bowen, superintendent for Catholic schools, said 941 students applied for scholarship assistance for the 2014-2015 school year. FACTS Management Company, a third-party provider, reviewed the applications and determined the families qualified for a total of $2.4 million in assistance, but the schools were only able to provide $1.7 million, Bowen said. More

Open your heart and home to adoption

Consider opening your heart and home to a child looking for a "forever family." The Christian initiative, Children of Arkansas Loved for a Lifetime (CALL) and the Arkansas Heart Gallery offer information about the children in the foster care system waiting to be adopted in Arkansas. If you wish to adopt an infant, contact Catholic Adoption Services, a non-profit, Arkansas-licensed, child placement agency and ministry of Catholic Charities of Arkansas. With more than 30 years of experience, the experienced staff is available to help you grow your family. To learn more, visit Catholic Adoption Services. More