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Bishop Taylor Homilies

27th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year C
God's grace by which we are saved requires your response for it to take effect.
Red Mass 2019
We ask the Holy Spirit to guide you as you exercise your vital role of service as persons of faith, yoked above all to the Lord.
Funeral for Basil H. Taylor
Reception of the Eucharist, that intimate connection with Jesus, was at the very center of (Dad's) relationship with God.

Prayer Book

I ask for all to pray for Blake. Whose left arm and hand needs surgery to regain use. More...

Pray for healing. Having great difficulty with walking and balance. Doctors don’t know why. More...

Bishop comments on immigration rules

Bishop Anthony B. Taylor released the following statement Monday, Oct. 7, 2019, regarding federal changes to immigration rules. "Depending on the outcome of litigation cases, beginning Oct. 15, the Trump administration will deny individuals seeking legal status for those deemed to likely become a public charge. To determine whether an immigrant will possibly become a public charge in the future, United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) or consular officers will look at applicant’s age, health, family status, assets, financial status, education and skills. ..." More

Junior High Youth Rally to be Nov. 10

The Diocese of Little Rock will host its one-day Junior High Youth Rally Sunday, Nov. 10 at Mount St. Mary Academy in Little Rock. This year’s theme, "Rescued to Find Ourselves," will be presented by Catholic comedians and musicians Caitie Beardmore and Michaela Gafke, also known as “Sister Mary Rose” and “Sister Maria Stella,” of Nun and Nunner. This one-day event, which will also include praise and worship, games, skits, lunch and Mass, is open to youth in grades 6-8. The cost is $40 a person. Scholarships are available. More

Teachers recognized at Professional Day

The Diocese of Little Rock recognized eight teachers and staff members for their service during the 83rd annual Professional Day for Teachers at Christ the King School in Little Rock on Friday, Sept. 27. Lou Trusty was not present, but was honored for working 50 years at Subiaco Academy. The following were honored for 25 years of service in Catholic schools: Karen Davis, junior high and high school social studies teacher, St. Joseph School, Conway; Kim Ratcliff, fifth-, seventh- and eighth-grade math teacher, St. Joseph School, Fayetteville; Laura Snow, second-grade teacher More

Bishop Taylor Homilies

27th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year C
God's grace by which we are saved requires your response for it to take effect.
Red Mass 2019
We ask the Holy Spirit to guide you as you exercise your vital role of service as persons of faith, yoked above all to the Lord.
Funeral for Basil H. Taylor
Reception of the Eucharist, that intimate connection with Jesus, was at the very center of (Dad's) relationship with God.

Prayer Book

I ask for all to pray for Blake. Whose left arm and hand needs surgery to regain use. More...

Pray for healing. Having great difficulty with walking and balance. Doctors don’t know why. More...