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Catholic Diocese of Little Rock

Bishop Taylor Homilies

2017 Priest Jubilarian Mass
May the pearl of great price, your priesthood, continue to grow in beauty.
Msgr. Scott Friend's 30th Anniversary of Ordination
Gifts of spirituality and ministry bearing much fruit in Arkansas.
Transfer of Vows of Sister Johanna Marie Melnyk, OSB
Not even a nun can pass through the eye of a needle. No one merits salvation; it's pure gift.

Prayer Book

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Diocese's oldest priest dies July 19

Published: July 21, 2017

"With faith in eternal life I announce the death of my uncle and our brother priest, Monsignor Bernard G. Malone. Msgr. Malone, aged 93, died on July 19 at Parkway Village, Little Rock where he has resided since January. At the time of his death he was the oldest priest of the diocese, and first in seniority, having served 67 years of priestly ministry. Born in Philadelphia in 1924, he was a part of the great influx of priests from Philadelphia to Little Rock in the 1900’s. Ordained to the sacred priesthood on June 3, 1950, his assignments included associate pastor in Blytheville, St. Patrick, North Little Rock More

Enrich spiritual life through theology

Published: July 10, 2017

Little Rock Theology Institute is a three-year academic program for adults wishing to learn more about the Catholic faith. Students may attend for personal enrichment, catechist certification or to earn a bachelor's degree in theology.  The classes, which are offered monthly from September to June, are taught by diocesan staff and professors from various Catholic colleges and universities in the United States and Canada. Participants meet on Fridays from 7-10 p.m. and Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at St. John Catholic Center in Little Rock. For details about the cost, list of classes More

Wade into charismatic conference

Published: July 3, 2017

Bishop Anthony B. Taylor will celebrate the closing Mass for the 2017 Arkansas Catholic Charismatic Conference at 11 a.m. Sunday, July 30 at the Wyndham Riverfront Hotel in North Little Rock. All are invited to attend. This conference, which begins July 28, includes praise and worship music, prayer, workshops, a healing service, eucharistic adoration, the sacrament of reconciliation and more. Programs are available for children, teens and adults. See full conference schedule. This year's theme is: "Come Wade in the Water," which is adapted from Revelation 22:17 and Ezekiel 47 More

Bishop Taylor Homilies

2017 Priest Jubilarian Mass
May the pearl of great price, your priesthood, continue to grow in beauty.
Msgr. Scott Friend's 30th Anniversary of Ordination
Gifts of spirituality and ministry bearing much fruit in Arkansas.
Transfer of Vows of Sister Johanna Marie Melnyk, OSB
Not even a nun can pass through the eye of a needle. No one merits salvation; it's pure gift.

Prayer Book

I pray for prayer for my husband Patrick, let him give the merciful God will and the strenght to leave sin and evil and pe More...

Please pray for my sister-in-law Margie who is very sick and in the hospital. More...