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Bishop Taylor Homilies

18th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year C
Pouring of oneself out for others is what Jesus came to teach us and is at the center of our lives as Christians.
Permanent Deacon Lector Installation 2019
If you conform your life to the image of Christ himself, there will be no lack of opportunities for you to “offer a constant witness of faith and love.”
16th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year C
Proper discernment requires mercy and mercy requires a certain amount of ambiguity tolerance.

Prayer Book

Please pray that truly, from now on I always live in the place that is best for me supernaturally, spiritually, physically More...

I am in need of a miracle. My life is falling apart. More...

St. Andrew classes offered across state

A New Life course for the St. Andrew School of Evangelization will be held Aug. 30 to Sept. 1 at St. John Catholic Center in Little Rock. This Catholic evangelization program for Spanish-speaking youth is designed to help teach participants how to go out into the world and proclaim the Good News. The cost is $60 per person and that includes meals and lodging. Complete the registration form and mail the $30 deposit (non-refundable) to the Office of Faith Formation. The St. Andrew School of Evangelization is named after the Apostle Andrew because of his example More

Catholic students back at school

More than 6,600 Catholic school students returned to the classroom this month in Arkansas. There are 26 Catholic schools, including the newest school in northwest Arkansas, Ozark Catholic Academy, which opened in 2018. Catholic schools in the Diocese of Little Rock range from preschool to high school in 18 cities statewide. The staffs of these schools have been preparing for the new school year for weeks, especially the principals. They attended a special retreat in July at Subiaco Abbey to enjoy fellowship, get updates from the Catholic Schools Office and prepare themselves More

Msgr. James E. Mancini, 78, dies Aug. 9

Msgr. Francis I. Malone, chancellor for ecclesial affairs, released the following letter Saturday, Aug. 10, 2019, addressed to diocesan priests and deacons regarding the death of Msgr. James E. Mancini on Aug. 9. "With faith in eternal life, I announce the death of Msgr. James Mancini. He passed away in northwest Arkansas after a lengthy illness at the age of 78. Msgr. Mancini was born in North Little Rock on New Year’s Eve 1940. He attended St. Patrick School and Our Lady of Good Counsel School before entering St. John Home Mission Seminary in 1954, and was ordained More

Bishop Taylor Homilies

18th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year C
Pouring of oneself out for others is what Jesus came to teach us and is at the center of our lives as Christians.
Permanent Deacon Lector Installation 2019
If you conform your life to the image of Christ himself, there will be no lack of opportunities for you to “offer a constant witness of faith and love.”
16th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year C
Proper discernment requires mercy and mercy requires a certain amount of ambiguity tolerance.

Prayer Book

Please pray that truly, from now on I always live in the place that is best for me supernaturally, spiritually, physically More...

I am in need of a miracle. My life is falling apart. More...