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Bishop Taylor Homilies

Baptism of the Lord 2022
It's not written that God's call comes only when we're in 12th grade, or before we have to choose a major in college.
Holy Family of Jesus, Mary and Joseph 2021
If your family is to be a holy family — meaning also a happy family — Jesus, Mary and Joseph show us that the only way is to put God first in everything you do.
Nativity of the Lord (Christmas) 2021
We need a Savior! And today we have one! “For a child is born to us, a son is given us; upon his shoulder dominion rests!” (Isaiah 9:5)

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Parishes hosting synod listening events

"The focus of the synod is to listen to the people of God," said Liz Tingquist explaining the purpose of the process. "So often the Church is the teacher. With these listening sessions, the Church desires to learn." Sister Mickey Espinoza, MCP, added: "The listening sessions are our opportunity to tell the Church what is in our hearts, and together be open to the Spirit and where this leads our parish communities and universal Church in the future." To do this, every diocese has been asked to hold listening sessions with a special focus on people who are marginalized in the Church and community. More

2022 MLK Memorial Mass to be Jan. 15

Bishop Anthony B. Taylor will celebrate the 35th annual Diocese of Little Rock Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Mass at 4:30 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 15 at the Cathedral of St. Andrew in Little Rock. During the Mass he will present the Daniel Rudd Award to a black Catholic who is active in his or her parish and community during the Mass. Daniel Rudd was a former slave who lived in Marion, Arkansas, and started the first National Black Catholic Congress. He published the first black Catholic weekly, the American Catholic Tribune, in 1886. He died in 1933. This award was last presented. More

Mass and procession for Life is Jan. 16

Bishop Anthony B. Taylor will lead the Diocese of Little Rock in its annual Eucharistic Procession for Life and Mass for Life Sunday, Jan. 16 to mark the 49th anniversary of the U.S. Supreme Court's Roe v. Wade and Doe v. Bolton decisions that legalized abortion in the United States in 1973. The observance begins with the Eucharistic Procession for Life at 10 a.m. in the plaza in front of the DoubleTree Hotel in Little Rock. The procession will go through Riverfront Park and conclude at the Statehouse Convention Center where the bishop will celebrate the Mass for Life at noon More

Bishop Taylor Homilies

Baptism of the Lord 2022
It's not written that God's call comes only when we're in 12th grade, or before we have to choose a major in college.
Holy Family of Jesus, Mary and Joseph 2021
If your family is to be a holy family — meaning also a happy family — Jesus, Mary and Joseph show us that the only way is to put God first in everything you do.
Nativity of the Lord (Christmas) 2021
We need a Savior! And today we have one! “For a child is born to us, a son is given us; upon his shoulder dominion rests!” (Isaiah 9:5)

Prayer Book

I ask that you please pray for my girlfriend's parents. Thank you in advance for your prayers. More...

Please pray with me for Rebecca E. More...