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Bishop Taylor Homilies

Sixth Sunday of Easter, Year C
"Peace as the world gives it" is a false peace centered on the avoidance of trouble, which may be simple cowardice; the refusal to confront evil.
Priesthood Ordination of Deacon Jon Miskin
I urge you to revere the people you serve, placing yourself at their service.
Closing Mass for St. Edward School
No matter what the adversity we have to face, God will always be right there with us to carry us through.

Prayer Book

Please pray for the special intention for Leo and for our financial situation. Thank you, I appreciate it! More...

Dear Lord, I ask for prayer to help me find full love, the right man, my soulmate, establishing marriage and starting a fa More...

St. Luke makes progress via One Church

Fr. Edward D'Almeida, pastor of St. Luke Church in Warren, recorded an update in this video to explain how donations through the One Church: Unite Arkansas in Faith and Mission campaign are being used. He said: "The One Church initiative began last year and I'm happy to inform you that construction's begun on St. Luke's Church and classrooms in Warren, Arkansas. It's going very well. And I want to thank you for your support, your prayers and contributions. God willing, we're going to finish by Thanksgiving of this year. So once again, thank you More

Jubilarian priest to be honored June 25

Each year, Bishop Anthony B. Taylor celebrates a Mass of thanksgiving to honor priests who are celebrating special anniversaries of priestly service in the Diocese of Little Rock. This year, the Mass will be honor Father Phillip Reaves, who is celebrating 25 years of priesthood, at 5:30 p.m., Tuesday, June 25 at the Cathedral of St. Andrew in Little Rock. In addition, all senior (retired) diocesan priests will be recognized for their service. A dinner reception will follow in McDonald Hall that is open to everyone. No reservations are required. If unable to attend the Mass More

Liturgical Press to acquire LRSS

The Diocese of Little Rock released the following statement from Little Rock Scripture Study and Liturgical Press on Wednesday, June 19, 2019. "The Diocese of Little Rock, Arkansas, announces the sale of its groundbreaking and renowned Little Rock Scripture Study (LRSS) to longtime partner Liturgical Press. Little Rock Scripture Study and Liturgical Press have promoted biblical literacy in a partnership dating back more than 30 years. The change in ownership is effective at the end of June, coincident with the retirement of Cackie (Catherine) Upchurch More

Bishop Taylor Homilies

Sixth Sunday of Easter, Year C
"Peace as the world gives it" is a false peace centered on the avoidance of trouble, which may be simple cowardice; the refusal to confront evil.
Priesthood Ordination of Deacon Jon Miskin
I urge you to revere the people you serve, placing yourself at their service.
Closing Mass for St. Edward School
No matter what the adversity we have to face, God will always be right there with us to carry us through.

Prayer Book

Please pray for the special intention for Leo and for our financial situation. Thank you, I appreciate it! More...

Dear Lord, I ask for prayer to help me find full love, the right man, my soulmate, establishing marriage and starting a fa More...