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Bishop Taylor Homilies

2024 Sixth Sunday of Easter, Year B
To remain in my love means to see others as Jesus sees them. That’s the difficult part of love.
2024 Fifth Sunday of Easter, Year B
Community sometimes requires us to put up with a lot and it always requires us to live for something bigger than ourselves.
Fifth Grade Vocations Day 2024
Today you will be hearing a lot of presentations and I want you to listen not only with your ears but also with your hearts.

Prayer Book

Freedom from poverty. Full and complete legal justice and compensation. For the Holy Spirit. More...

Please pray for my brother George. He has been out of work for over a year and a half and is worried about finding a job. More...

Sts. Peter, Paul united in Good News

The Solemnity of Sts. Peter and Paul, Apostles is celebrated on June 29. Though it is a solemnity, it is not a holy day of obligation. The tradition of honoring these saints on the same day goes back to the early Church. “Both apostles share the same feast day, for these two were one; and even though they suffered on different days, they were as one. Peter went first and Paul followed. And so we celebrate this day made holy for us by the apostles’ blood. Let us embrace what they believed, their life, their labors, their sufferings, their preaching and their confession of faith.” More

John the Baptist prophesied from womb

Besides the Blessed Virgin Mary, St. John the Baptist is the only other saint with a feast day celebrating his birth. Though it is a solemnity, the feast of the Nativity of St. John the Baptist is not a holy day of obligation. That being said, the mysteries of his birth and the prominent role he played in the life of Christ hold special significance in the Church. His feast has been observed by the Church as early as the fourth century. From the moment of conception, a relationship was established between Jesus and John. An angel appeared to an elderly Zechariah and told him his wife More

Pre-Cana held throughout the year

Are you planning to get married in a Catholic church in Arkansas? If so, find out what you need to do by reading the Getting Married Guide. Because marriage is lifelong, the Church wants to help you build a strong, lasting marriage. For this reason, couples seeking marriage in the Catholic Church are asked to spend several months in marriage preparation. It is so important, that all couples are required to fulfill an educational program to marry in the Diocese of Little Rock. Options include: Pre-Cana Day, the Sponsor Couple program or some other diocesan-approved More

Bishop Taylor Homilies

2024 Sixth Sunday of Easter, Year B
To remain in my love means to see others as Jesus sees them. That’s the difficult part of love.
2024 Fifth Sunday of Easter, Year B
Community sometimes requires us to put up with a lot and it always requires us to live for something bigger than ourselves.
Fifth Grade Vocations Day 2024
Today you will be hearing a lot of presentations and I want you to listen not only with your ears but also with your hearts.

Prayer Book

Freedom from poverty. Full and complete legal justice and compensation. For the Holy Spirit. More...

Please pray for my brother George. He has been out of work for over a year and a half and is worried about finding a job. More...